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Holster options for silenced handguns: it can be difficult to find a good suppressor-compatible holster but it is far from impossible. Crye Precision, Raven Concealment, Armordillo, LBT, and other companies make good options.
The SilencerCo Omega 36M is a modular suppressor that’ll handle cartridges from 9mm handgun all the way up to .338. She’s a caliber slut, God bless her.
Companies in the club are referred to collectively as the “Morningwood Bazaar.” A bazaar is like a medieval marketplace or souk. Only our bazaar sells badass tactical gear and firearm accessories instead of primitive shit.
The Dead Air Ghost is a mutiple role can our boy Mike the Mook wanted to check out, so he ran one…on a SIG and a Hi-Point, gawd help us. Here’s what he has to say ’bout the experience.
The Bowers USS 22 is a quiet and rugged rimfire can for shutting up just about everything on the small side. A 22 suppressor is usually the first silencer that most people acquire. The cost is relatively low, performance is excellent, and it is a great way to...
The Aurora II is becoming available at various retail locations, and we’ve been stalking it. It seemed appropriate to just gather everything we’ve seen in one place (or at least as much as possible). Warning: this article is about the GEMTECH Aurora II 9mm micro suppressor, not any adult film stars or Disney princesses.
GEMTECH's Accurate Internally Suppressed Rifle - the Integra ISR Mike Searson The ISR (Integrally Suppressed Rifle) and the carbines in that family have always been popular. Why? They make for a great savings on overall length of the long gun. The obvious advantage...
GEMTECH Demonstrates the SOCOM Test With The ONE on an HK416A SOCOM test (the SOCOM firing table test) is one GEMTECH uses to test their various suppressors on different hosts in a standard format. It consists of eight (8), thirty (30) round magazines, fired...
Yes, there is a suppressed revolver out there. More than one, actually, but we’re not talking about a Nagant with a can on it. We’re talkign about the OTs-38.