Posted July 10, 2024 8:00 pm by Comments

By Pete

When it comes to firearms, we all start somewhere. Many of us began our shooting experience as kids, often being handed the family rimfire rifle or side-by-side shotgun in bone-stock configuration. It’s not until months or years later that shooters decide to add functional improvements in the way of accessories, and then continue to refine these changes by adding (or removing) pieces as we improve. Silencers (or suppressors) should be viewed as just another accessory that adds functionality to a system that is outfitted for you and your missions. To be clear, a ‘mission’ can be a defensive situation or a purely fun range toy.More @ TFB: Silencer Shop: The Beginner’s Guide To Silencers (aka Suppressors)‘If I knew Then What I Know Now…’ Silencer Shop Helps Breakdown Standard Firearm Accessories

As I have highlighted in past Silencer Saturday editions, understand your realistic needs for a specific platform. For instance, adding a bayonet to an M4 carbine may

Source: The Firearm Blog

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