How-To

  1. How to Complete FD-258 Fingerprint Cards

    In the process of buying a silencer (or any NFA item), the ATF requires that you submit fd-258 fingerprint cards as part of your documentation. Learn more about how easy ATF Form 4 fingerprint cards are to complete.
  2. How to Time a Muzzle Brake

    We get a lot of questions around how to time a muzzle brake (or really any muzzle device), as well as what timing even means. Another wrench in the matter is some folks refer to timing as indexing, kind of like the great silencer vs. suppressor debate.
  3. Hunting with a Suppressor

    Whether you’re a veteran or a novice, hunting takes time gearing up and getting ready for that big day. Hunting with a suppressor will elevate your experience, but read all there is to know about preparing to purchase the right hunting silencer so that you're ready for game day.
  4. Mounting Pistol-Caliber Suppressors

    Pistol caliber suppressors are some of our most popular sellers - they’re versatile and incredibly fun no matter what firearm host you’re mounting them onto. Get ready to learn about nielsen devices, pistons, fixed barrel spacers, and mounting pistol-caliber suppressors to their handgun (..)
  5. Silencer Baffle Materials

    In terms of silencers and their suppressor baffle materials, it’s what's on the inside that counts! In this article, we’re going to spend some time covering the main materials used in baffle designs, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
  6. How to Amend a Gun Trust to add a Responsible Person

    How to Amend a Gun Trust to Add a Responsible Person (or remove one)
  7. How to Get a Tax Stamp for Your Suppressor

  8. A Buyer’s Guide: Individual vs. Trust

    The Ways To Register A Silencer Or a Short Barreled Rifle, Short Barreled Shotgun or AOW Choosing how you should register a suppressor is one of the most common questions we get. If you're unsure which option is right for you, you're not alone. Currently,
  9. How To Buy A Silencer Step By Step

    If you've said that buying a silencer is too expensive, too long of a wait, or that the paperwork is too confusing, you're not alone. Buying a silencer is a big deal, and we don’t t
  10. How to Buy a Silencer as a U.S. Resident While Out of The Country

    If you’re temporarily living overseas or don’t have easy access to one of the Silencer Shop Kiosks, it may come as a surprise that you can still go through the application process to purchase a suppressor (assuming of course that you can still claim residency in a state that allows for (..)
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