Capitol Armory remains open for business!. Our top priority is the safety of both our clients and employees. During this difficult period, we will still maintain excellent service and have implemented procedures to accomplish this while minimizing risk. This article discusses how we are handling both accessory and NFA sales, and how the entire process can be completed from the comfort of your home.
Capitol Armory’s annual ‘Quiet in the Capitol’ event was a tremendous success. While it was only the third year of hosting the event, it has grown larger than any of us expected. This year we had more attendees, more manufacturers, and a more efficient system overall to reduce line times and congestion.
Many questions and confusion surround wait times and the industry. This post dives into frequently asked questions surrounding NFA approvals in late 2019.
Most know that suppressors, short barrel rifles, short barrel shotguns, and machine guns are regulated items under the National Firearms Act. However, many don't know the history and how the NFA came to be. In this article, we discuss the birth of the National Firearms Act.
In this article, we discuss the personal ownership of machine guns. While suppressors, short barrel rifles, and short barrel shotguns are commonplace with NFA owners, machine guns are discussed much less. To many, their acquisition and ownership remain a mystery. Even though they are legal, many people are still unaware they can privately possess them.
As suppressors have become more popular over the last few years, many hunters are starting to see the benefits of using them while in the field. Being able to preserve the shooter’s hearing while hunting is certainly an obvious perk; however, there are many other benefits that may not be immediately apparent.
In this article, we discuss SilencerCo's latest suppressor- the Chimera 300. With the durability of the Saker series and the size and performance of the Omega 300, the Chimera offer's an extremely durable solution for those in search of a smaller, well preforming suppressor.
An overview of the features and specifications of Dead Air's fourth (and shortest) member of the Sandman family.
When using a suppressor, the first shot may be louder than subsequent ones due to “first round pop.” Get to know why this occurs, where it occurs most and how to avoid first round pop.
Since the announcement of the new ATF bar code system, we've received numerous emails regarding the status and use of these new bar codes. There are many rumors floating around the internet and this post will cover some of the facts behind the bar code system and answer some of the questions we've received to date.