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Sound suppressors are becoming more and more popular because of all the benefits they offer shooters. They protect your hearing, won’t spook game and will certainly improve your relationships with your neighbors. Though they still fall under the National Firearms Act (NFA) and consequently are much more regulated at the federal level than most firearms (and come with a $200 transfer tax on each unit), suppressors are legal to own in most states. Moreover, there’s hope with the new Congress and Trump administration that the ultra-restrictive NFA requirements will be removed if the Hearing Protection Act becomes law. To that end, let’s look at some of the more noteworthy new suppressor models hitting the market in 2017.

For more information about the new suppressor models featured in the gallery above, visit the following sites.

AAC Ti-RANT 9M
advanced-armament.com

Alpha Dog
alphadogsilencers.com

BlackHawk Gas Can
blackhawk.com

AMTAC Hornet
amtacsuppressors.com

Angstadt Arms UDP-9i
angstadtarms.com

Dead Air Wolverine PBS-1
deadairsilencers.com

Freedom Minuteman
famachineworks.com

Freedom Dragoon
famachineworks.com

Hailey Ordnance AeGIS
haileyord.com

Inland PM-22
inland-mfg.com

OSS HX Magnum
osssuppressors.com

Rugged Surge 762
ruggedsuppressors.com

Rugged Oculus 22
ruggedsuppressors.com

Rugged Join or Die
ruggedsuppressors.com

Q El Camino
liveqordie.com

Q Erector
liveqordie.com

Sig Sauer SRD22X
sigsauer.com

Sig Sauer SRD9
sigsauer.com

SureFire Ryder 9-MP5
surefire.com

Wilson Combat WCR-22
wilsoncombat.com

SilencerCo Maxim 9
silencerco.com

YHM Turbo 5.56
yhm.net

This article was originally published in “Tactical Weapons” August/September 2017. To order and subscribe, visit outdoorgroupstore.com.

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