News|Industry News By Drew BryantMay 31st, 2023, theloadoutblog.com Over the past few years, there has been an explosion of 3D-printed suppressors hitting the market from multiple manufacturers. One of those […]
News|Industry News By Drew BryantMarch 28th, 2023, theloadoutblog.com Energetic Armament is well known for making high-quality silencers for pistols, SMGs, and rifles. Recently, Energetic Armament released its newest silencer—the Sonus. […]
PTR is widely-known for making HK MP5 and G3 clones. At this year’s Shot Show, PTR announced their lineup of 3-D printed monolithic titanium suppressors known as VENT. When 3-D printing, the VENT suppressors PTR used additives in the manufacturing process to avoid structural weakness caused by wielding.
SliencerCo is proud to unveil its latest suppressor with the new Velos Low Back Pressure suppressor, or LBP for short. The Velos LBP is SilencerCo’s answer for customers seeking optimal performance from a dedicated 5.56 suppressor.
Gemtech is well-known within the industry for making robust and innovative suppressor systems. That desire for innovation has led to their newest .30 caliber suppressor, the Neutron 7.62. The Neutron was designed to strike the perfect balance between size, strength, and weight. This suppressor can be used on a short-barreled rifle, designated marksman rifle, or hunting rifle.
Gemtech is well-known for making innovative, robust, and rugged suppressors. Their desire for innovation has led to their newest suppressor, the Abyss. The Abyss is a dedicated 5.56 suppressor that can reliably run .223 REM, 5.56 NATO, 6mm ARC, and 5.7x28mm. Gemtech designed the Abyss to be a hard-use suppressor that can be used on various barrel lengths. The Abyss is made of stainless steel and titanium and finished with a high-temperature Cerakote.
Dead Air is known for making high-quality, rugged, and reliable suppressors. At Shot Show, Dead Air announced their new Mojave 9 suppressor. The Mojave 9 is a 3-D printed modular suppressor featuring titanium baffles and a lightweight design. The baffles are designed to create reduce blowback and allow for optimal signature reduction.
Since their creation, Surefire muzzle devices and suppressors have been a proprietary technology for the company. Before, end users didn’t have any options for choosing a suppressor outside of Surefire’s ecosystem until now. At this year’s Shot Show, B&T announced new suppressors compatible with Surefire muzzle devices.
In a modern-day suppressor, you would expect less recoil, a reduced sound signature, less muzzle flash, and a smoother shooting experience. Most suppressors aren’t specifically geared towards Precision Rifle Shooting(PRS), until now. Maxim Defense is proud to introduce its new lineup of PRS suppressors.
Cadex Defense is proud to announce the CDX-SS Seven S.T.A.R.S. Covert chambered in 300BLK, 223 Remington, 308 Winchester, or 6.5 CM. The .300 Blackout and .223 are available in 11.5” barrels with longer suppressors.
Energetic Armament is a suppressor company known for building high-quality, lightweight, rugged, and durable suppressor systems. The Vox-S is one of the most popular suppressors that the company sells. Back in 2019, Energetic Armament announced the compact version of the Vox-K with the “K” indicating Kurtz which is German for “short”.
Over the last couple of years, we have seen more and more firearm manufacturers release their line of suppressors. A little over a month ago Daniel Defense released its Wave lineup of suppressors. FN America has stepped into the arena and recently released the FN Rush 9Ti pistol suppressor.
GQ Armory is well known for building refined, high-quality, and performance-driven rifles. GQ’s philosophy is to push the AR-15 platform to its limits while creating an aesthetically pleasing rifle. The design team at GQ approaches silencers with the same level of passion as they do for their rifles.
Yankee Hill Machine is proud to introduce its newest suppressor—the YHM Turbo T3. The new Turbo T3 from Yankee Hill is the newest addition to the Turbo and Resonator lineup of suppressors. For price to performance, Yankee Hill’s Turbo and Resonator are some of the best suppressors on the market.
Firearms|Suppressors By Drew BryantNovember 2, 2022, theloadoutblog.com Over the last couple of years since its revival, Advanced Armament Corp (AAC) has been getting back in the swing of things. Mainly […]
Firearms|Suppressors By Drew BryantNovember 1, 2022, theloadoutblog.com Silencer Central is known for making quality, well-built, and rugged suppressors for shooting enthusiasts. Their Banish series of suppressors include the popular Banish […]