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.
The AR-15 is a gas operated rifle that relies on a portion of the expanding gases produced during the firing of a round to cycle the action. Adding a silencer to the muzzle creates extra back pressure that goes above and beyond the original design consideration - a situation referred to as "overgassed". Gemtech has an option for you to consider - the Suppressed Bolt Carrier.
Fundamentally, there are only two ways to effectively attach a silencer to the end of your rifle. The first is by means of a direct thread interface. Simply thread the silencer on until it is tight, and you are good to go. The second method is by way of some sort of muzzle device attachment. Usually, this mount is attached semi permanently to the muzzle of the host rifle and gives a consistent style of mount for the silencer. We sell silencers that use both types, and have found that each type has positives and negatives that are dependent on the customer's use case.
In this article, we will address frequently asked questions and provide
insight on important, but often overlooked, aspects of suppressor ownership. This is a must read article for new suppressor owners who elect to have their suppressors shipped or can't make it to the shop.
The Thunder Beast Group buy program is open again!
To place an order with the discount, register at the above link. When registration is complete, Thunder Beast Arms will provide you with a confirmation code and verification page. Save the confirmation page onto your computer and email it to [email protected] With those two steps completed, simply give us a call at 512-879-1068 and place the order.
After registering for the group buy at https://thunderbeastarms.com/gb/ , customers are able to purchase TBAC suppressors with a 10% off discount. New purchases made between October 31 and November 25, 2016 are eligible for this group buy.
The group buy is available for all Thunder Beast suppressors currently in stock.
New Form 4 applicants are required to submit fingerprints and photos for each responsible person within their trust or corporation. With Capitol Armory, customers will find that once fingerprints are provided, the rest of the process is simple and can be completed digitally and remotely.
The new 41F rules are set to change on July 13, 2016. This article covers the facts, how it relates to you and your Trust, and our true purchase guarantee to Texas residents.
In this article, we’re going to take a function-based look at a flash hider and muzzle brake in order to help you determine which one to choose.
On January 4, 2016, the Obama administration issued a final rule to ATF 41P. The final rule, 41F, dropped the CLEO certification/sign-off requirement, but added a few additional requirements for customers transferring with a trust or corporation. These new requirements go into effect on July 13, 2016.