United States Marine Corps  Scout snipers with Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, performs a live-fire shoot during a crew-served weapons competition aboard Mount Bundey Training Area, June 19, 2014. The competition was designed to test the Marines’ proficiency with various weapons systems including the SMAW, 81mm Mortar and the M240 medium machine-gun. The Marines with MRF-D will conduct independent and bilateral training with the Australian Defence Force aboard existing ADF facilities during the six-month rotation. United States Marine Corps  Scout snipers with Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, performs a live-fire shoot during a crew-served weapons competition aboard Mount Bundey Training Area, June 19, 2014. The competition was designed to test the Marines’ proficiency with various weapons systems including the SMAW, 81mm Mortar and the M240 medium machine-gun. The Marines with MRF-D will conduct independent and bilateral training with the Australian Defence Force aboard existing ADF facilities during the six-month rotation.

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Scout snipers with Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, performs a live-fire shoot during a crew-served weapons competition aboard Mount Bundey Training Area, June 19, 2014. The competition was designed to test the Marines’ proficiency with various weapons systems including the SMAW, 81mm Mortar and the M240 medium machine-gun. The Marines with MRF-D will conduct independent and bilateral training with the Australian Defence Force aboard existing ADF facilities during the six-month rotation.

M4 Carbine Gets A Makeover

In footage taken at Ft. Riley, KS, Program Executive Office Soldier’s Product Manager Individual Weapons explains what it is doing to “up-gun” its standard carbine. Changes include adding an automatic trigger and heavier barrel, and making the gun more ergonomic. Once an M4 undergoes these modifications, it becomes an M4A1. All M4s in the Army inventory are scheduled for upgrading.

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Steyr HS.50 Shooters Take Top Spots at the FCSA World Championships

Using the Steyr HS.50, Walter Wilkinson and Eduardo A. de Fontcuberta shot their way to first and second place, respectively, in the Hunter Class at the Fifty Caliber Shooters’ Association World Championships held July 3-5 at the NRA Whittington Center near Raton, N.M.

This marks the third time in four years that a shooter behind an out-of-the-box HS.50 has won the Hunter Class Score 1,000-yard World Championship, where competitors engage their targets with bipod-mounted rifles from the prone position. The three other FCSA World Championships classes are contested from rests atop solid concrete benches. It is also the first time HS.50 shooters took the top two places, ahead of a class filled with-and once dominated by-custom rifles.

Fontcuberta, the 2011 Hunter Class world champion, used his new five-shot repeater HS.50 M1 to shoot the smallest group in Hunter Class with a 5.313-inch five-shot group at 1,000 yards. That was followed closely by Wilkinson’s 6.313-inch group, but it was 2012 champion Wilkinson who would go on to recapture the Hunter Class score world championship this year with a total score of 283-7X to Fontcuberta’s 281-5X over the entire 1,000-yard course of fire.

Fontcuberta would go on to win the International Shooter World Championship title with his score, as well as Group Aggregate and Smallest Group.

In the Team World Championships, Wilkinson and Fontcuberta helped propel their teams into first- and third-place finishes, respectively.

Wilkinson’s Ten-X Ammo team took the world championship with an aggregate score of 1121-24X and a team combo average of 16.508. Fontcuberta’s Thunder Ammo team finished third with a combined 1111-27X and a team combo of 16.886.

Teams were comprised of one shooter from each of the four classes the championships: Light, Heavy, Unlimited and Hunter.

United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher) United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher) United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher) United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher) United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher) United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher) United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher) United States Air Force  Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher)

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Air Force Staff Sgt. Ryan Link, assigned to the 673d Security Forces Squadron, trains with the M24 Sniper Weapon System on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Friday, July 11, 2014. The M24 is a military version of the Remington Model 700 7.62mm rifle, and has been in service with the U.S military since 1988. (U.S. Air Force photo/Justin Connaher)

Salvo 12 — SilencerCo. Firearm Suppressors
The SilencerCo Salvo 12 is the first and only commercially-viable shotgun suppressor on earth. It represents an incredible advance in engineering and technology, and carries with it the same quality and service as SilencerCo’s other products.
Every year, millions of sportsmen and women venture into the fields to hunt. While rifle and handgun suppressors continue to increase in popularity, shotgun owners have been without a real solution for ear protection. Some choose hearing preservation in the form of earmuffs or plugs for relief in controlled environments, but spurn their use in the field or in a home protection scenario, where the ability to detect other sounds is critical.
The Salvo 12 is modular in nature — the shooter can add or remove sections to balance their sound suppression, weight and length needs. At its full length of 12 inches, it brings sound down to 137 dB at the muzzle — well below the 140 dB hearing-safe level set by OSHA. 
Whether you grab a shotgun for hunting, shooting clays or home defense, the Salvo 12 fits most common shotguns — provided you have a choked barrel. The suppressor attaches to the the existing choke threads via an adapter. Due to differences in shotgun manufacturer and choke preference, it is important that you select the correct adapter.
The Salvo 12 is just one more example of the type of innovation that has garnered a fiercely loyal customer base for SilencerCo. Salvo 12 — SilencerCo. Firearm Suppressors
The SilencerCo Salvo 12 is the first and only commercially-viable shotgun suppressor on earth. It represents an incredible advance in engineering and technology, and carries with it the same quality and service as SilencerCo’s other products.
Every year, millions of sportsmen and women venture into the fields to hunt. While rifle and handgun suppressors continue to increase in popularity, shotgun owners have been without a real solution for ear protection. Some choose hearing preservation in the form of earmuffs or plugs for relief in controlled environments, but spurn their use in the field or in a home protection scenario, where the ability to detect other sounds is critical.
The Salvo 12 is modular in nature — the shooter can add or remove sections to balance their sound suppression, weight and length needs. At its full length of 12 inches, it brings sound down to 137 dB at the muzzle — well below the 140 dB hearing-safe level set by OSHA. 
Whether you grab a shotgun for hunting, shooting clays or home defense, the Salvo 12 fits most common shotguns — provided you have a choked barrel. The suppressor attaches to the the existing choke threads via an adapter. Due to differences in shotgun manufacturer and choke preference, it is important that you select the correct adapter.
The Salvo 12 is just one more example of the type of innovation that has garnered a fiercely loyal customer base for SilencerCo. Salvo 12 — SilencerCo. Firearm Suppressors
The SilencerCo Salvo 12 is the first and only commercially-viable shotgun suppressor on earth. It represents an incredible advance in engineering and technology, and carries with it the same quality and service as SilencerCo’s other products.
Every year, millions of sportsmen and women venture into the fields to hunt. While rifle and handgun suppressors continue to increase in popularity, shotgun owners have been without a real solution for ear protection. Some choose hearing preservation in the form of earmuffs or plugs for relief in controlled environments, but spurn their use in the field or in a home protection scenario, where the ability to detect other sounds is critical.
The Salvo 12 is modular in nature — the shooter can add or remove sections to balance their sound suppression, weight and length needs. At its full length of 12 inches, it brings sound down to 137 dB at the muzzle — well below the 140 dB hearing-safe level set by OSHA. 
Whether you grab a shotgun for hunting, shooting clays or home defense, the Salvo 12 fits most common shotguns — provided you have a choked barrel. The suppressor attaches to the the existing choke threads via an adapter. Due to differences in shotgun manufacturer and choke preference, it is important that you select the correct adapter.
The Salvo 12 is just one more example of the type of innovation that has garnered a fiercely loyal customer base for SilencerCo. Salvo 12 — SilencerCo. Firearm Suppressors
The SilencerCo Salvo 12 is the first and only commercially-viable shotgun suppressor on earth. It represents an incredible advance in engineering and technology, and carries with it the same quality and service as SilencerCo’s other products.
Every year, millions of sportsmen and women venture into the fields to hunt. While rifle and handgun suppressors continue to increase in popularity, shotgun owners have been without a real solution for ear protection. Some choose hearing preservation in the form of earmuffs or plugs for relief in controlled environments, but spurn their use in the field or in a home protection scenario, where the ability to detect other sounds is critical.
The Salvo 12 is modular in nature — the shooter can add or remove sections to balance their sound suppression, weight and length needs. At its full length of 12 inches, it brings sound down to 137 dB at the muzzle — well below the 140 dB hearing-safe level set by OSHA. 
Whether you grab a shotgun for hunting, shooting clays or home defense, the Salvo 12 fits most common shotguns — provided you have a choked barrel. The suppressor attaches to the the existing choke threads via an adapter. Due to differences in shotgun manufacturer and choke preference, it is important that you select the correct adapter.
The Salvo 12 is just one more example of the type of innovation that has garnered a fiercely loyal customer base for SilencerCo.

Salvo 12 — SilencerCo. Firearm Suppressors

The SilencerCo Salvo 12 is the first and only commercially-viable shotgun suppressor on earth. It represents an incredible advance in engineering and technology, and carries with it the same quality and service as SilencerCo’s other products.

Every year, millions of sportsmen and women venture into the fields to hunt. While rifle and handgun suppressors continue to increase in popularity, shotgun owners have been without a real solution for ear protection. Some choose hearing preservation in the form of earmuffs or plugs for relief in controlled environments, but spurn their use in the field or in a home protection scenario, where the ability to detect other sounds is critical.

The Salvo 12 is modular in nature — the shooter can add or remove sections to balance their sound suppression, weight and length needs. At its full length of 12 inches, it brings sound down to 137 dB at the muzzle — well below the 140 dB hearing-safe level set by OSHA. 

Whether you grab a shotgun for hunting, shooting clays or home defense, the Salvo 12 fits most common shotguns — provided you have a choked barrel. The suppressor attaches to the the existing choke threads via an adapter. Due to differences in shotgun manufacturer and choke preference, it is important that you select the correct adapter.

The Salvo 12 is just one more example of the type of innovation that has garnered a fiercely loyal customer base for SilencerCo.

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