How-To

  1. How to Complete Your ATF FD-258 Fingerprint Card

  2. Shooting With a Suppressor Safely

  3. How to Use a Silencer Shop Kiosk

  4. ATF Contact List

    Get answers to those burning questions pertaining specifically to your application process or regulation interpretations. This post will give you all the ATF contact information you may need, and how you can get in touch with them.
  5. What Do I Need to Own a Suppressor?

    This blog post is here to sweep any misconceptions you may have aside and answer your question to what do I need to own a suppressor? Let’s get into it!
  6. Traveling with a Suppressor

    In this post, we'll cover the basics of traveling with a suppressor out of state for a temporary trip. You could be going to a gun match, pursuing a cool hunting opportunity, or just showing off your new suppressor to your cousin.
  7. Moving with a Suppressor

    And just when you're drowning in change-of-address paperwork and cardboard boxes, you remember… "Wait — what am I supposed to know about moving with a suppressor?" Read on to see just how easy it is!
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
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