Guns.com talks with Silencerco at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. Silencerco and SWR have new suppressors out in 5.56 (the Saker) and 7.62 (the Specwar).
Merry Christmas! Gift money burning a hole in your pocket? If so, having spent a few months with this item, it is an ideal pocket gun. If you are looking for a practical purchase item and not looking to overpay for an AR right now, this (or any J-frame) is always something to consider.
100,000 rounds later. And yes, I tend to trust his opinions. Very good and convincing video for those who may be on the fence. – Jon
Fun overview… – Jon
I post not because I care about the rifle manufacturer one way or another, but because it gives you a nice idea of just how quiet and mild a suppressed 300BLK SBR can be. – Jon
One of the absolute best. – Jon
John Hollister of AAC discusses some of the company’s new products during a visit to NRA Headquarters.
AAC Element 2
(this video ended up getting set to private. Here’s a link to their site instead: http://www.advanced-armament.com/ELEMENT2_p_437.html)
Thanks to Hollywood, gun mufflers, sound suppressors or “silencers”—one and the same—are viewed in a negative context by many non-shooters. But the truth is that noise suppressors are used daily—as they have been for more than a century—to enhance safety, ease instruction and improve accuracy for shooters of all demographics.