Thanks for coming back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday – where the most important sound is silence. Besides a few odds and ends, today we will take a look at a few manufacturers located outside of the United States. Because of U.S. importation restrictions, the sale of foreign made suppressors is limited to military, government and law enforcement customers only. The result is an interesting blend of design evolutions between countries that are somewhat independent of each other. This is mostly because firearms and their typical use cases differs between the United States and foreign countries (target and defensive setups versus hunting, military and law enforcement, for example).
While the U.S. has enjoyed massive growth in the silencer industry over the past decade, other countries have not had to deal with National Firearms Act laws, restrictions and ownership transfer wait times. In my opinion, the time it takes to manufacture aThis post was originally published on this site