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.
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.
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.
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.