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Silencer Central Announces Banish 46 and Banish 338 Suppressors

The Banish 46 and Banish 338 silencers provide exceptional noise reduction for big-bore rifles.

First Look: SilencerCo Harvester EVO

SilencerCo’s new Harvester EVO lightweight suppressor is specifically designed for hunters and precision shooters. Weighing just 10.8 ounces, it is constructed of 17-4 heat-treated stainless steel, inconel and cobalt 6 with a tubeless design.

How to Buy a Suppressor

If you’re tired of seeing “not available” or “backordered” when shopping for ammunition or guns, why not shift focus and shop for something as a gun owner you just might be able to order with confidence today? That would be a suppressor. Many hunters recognize it as the next step in firearm ownership. Silencer Central makes shopping for, applying for and owning one simple.

Why Suppressors Are the Future

Silencer Central has made a business from offering class-leading products and customer service second to none.

First Look: SilencerCo Omega 36M Suppressor

SilencerCo's new Omega 36M modular rifle suppressor is purpose-built to accommodate multiple platforms and calibers from .22 Hornet to .338 Lapua Mag.

Top 5 Suppressors for Hunting

Suppressors mitigate a rifle’s report to decibel thresholds deemed safe by OSHA, enhance accuracy and lessen recoil. Here are the top five suppressors fit for various hunting scenarios.

SilencerCo Announces Maxim 50 Suppressed Muzzleloader

SilencerCo has announced the release of the new integrally suppressed Maxim 50 muzzleloader, which hunters and shooters in most states will be able to purchase without regulation—meaning no tax stamp, no photographs and no fingerprinting.

Smith & Wesson to Purchase Gemtech

Smith & Wesson has purchased suppressor manufacturer Gemtech, according to a press release from its parent company, American Outdoor Brands Corporation.

Ruger Announces Silent-SR Suppressor

If it feels like everyone's getting into the suppressor market nowadays, it's because they are. SIG Sauer made waves by announcing a line of suppressors last year, and hot on the heels of that, we've now met the Silent-SR suppressor from Ruger. Wait, Ruger? Yes, you read that right.

5 Reasons to Own a Suppressor

Thanks to tireless efforts of the NRA, the American Suppressor Association and several companies like SilencerCo and Gemtech, silencers—perhaps more accurately described as suppressors—are legal for hunting in 37 states. Here’s why you should pay the $200 (plus the cost of the silencer) and start the process to purchase one now.

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