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.
You might have heard ... Blackhawk! introduced a line of suppressors last summer, and American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach finally had the opportunity to put some rounds downrange using pistols outfitted with these cans.
Don't think you need a suppressor? Think again. Suppressors are legal in 42 states and counting, and they're well worth the investment. Don't believe us? Let the guys at Advanced Armament Corp. explain just how suppressors can benefit all firearm owners using their favorite acronym: S.H.A.R.P.
Founded in a garage in West Valley City, Utah, in 2008, suppressor maker SilencerCo was launched when two friends—Josh Waldron and Jonathon Shults—decided they could make a better suppressor for a .22 rimfire handgun than what was already on the market. It worked—and the company has grown exponentially since that day. Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about SilencerCo.