Press Release For Immediate Release SilencerCo Announces First Commercial Shotgun Suppressor Utah Company Releases First Commercial Shotgun Suppressor WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH – July 21, 2014 | Confirming its place as a trailblazer in the firearms industry, suppressor manufacturer SilencerCo has unveiled the first commercially-viable shotgun silencer ever produced. The company made the announcement today at an exclusive event near its Utah headquarters. Every year, millions of sportsmen and women venture into the field to hunt. While advances in technology have spurred a record-breaking proliferation of rifle and handgun suppressors, shotgun owners have been without a real solution for sound protection. Some choose hearing protection in the form of earmuffs or plugs for relief in controlled environments, but most spurn their use in the field or in a home protection scenario, where the ability to detect other sounds is critical. The new product, named the Salvo 12, provides a much … What you’re missing….
SilencerCo Announces First Commercial Shotgun Suppressor
Great info from the Military Arms Channel in a well done video. They discuss topics like how to pick the rifle, the right caliber, the right scope, etc. They also delve into reading the wind, estimating range, reloading and other more advanced topics. Rifles: Desert Tech SRS-A1 6.5 Creedmoor DPMS LR-G2 .308 Custom Accurate Ordnance in 6.5 Creedmoor with Surgeon 591 action and XLR chassis Tweet
All I can say is, that is really gonna hurt in the morning! I like the visual of them taking the vest apart and showing how many layers in, they found the bullet. Then they show the bullet blowing through 24 sheets of drywall. It’s not surprising, just fun to watch. Tweet
BulletSafe Bullet Proof Vest has started a new series called How Bulletproof? I have seen quite a few videos like this one, of people trying to determine what is “bulletproof” or not, using common items like the plywood. I think if BulletSafe will spend more time on researching legitimate items, like what the Discovery Channel did with Mythbusters, they could produce a great web series that many people would find enjoyable.
This is a 2 part poll about Cerakoted firearms. Check back Monday June 30th for part 2
Skeet shooting is one of my favorite past times, give me a thrower, clays, ammo and a shotgun and I will be busy for hours (or until the clays run out). I had the rare chance to meet up with Jessica of the Freedom Group (who owns Remington) at SHOT 2014 so we could review firearms from the Freedom Group. Naturally I was drawn straight to the shotguns because of my love of them. I was fortunate to grow up in a Boy Scout Troop who owned 2 Remington 870s and a number of other shotguns. During shooting campouts I would run (with the guidance of an NRA certified adult) the shotgun and .22lr rifle groups. Over the years we had various leaders of the troop bring in shotguns on the campouts that included semi auto, pump, bolt action and break action. I had a chance to really get a … What you’re missing….
One of the first guns we ever reviewed was the Kel Tec SU-16CA rifle. When we first tested it, we ran about 2000 rounds of Russian and Lake City ammo through this rifle, before we cleaned and oiled it. It was wonderful and if you want to read the first review you can find it HERE I now own the rifle and typically it is always taken to the range with me no matter what. Really, to me, that is what we are looking for when it comes to rifles… a rifle that is so reliable that no matter what we are doing we have to bring it out. Now I know I am opening a can of worms by saying that, because of the whole AR VS. AK battle that has been going on forever. It will still be the big argument even when we are carving our thanksgiving … What you’re missing….