New Guns And Gear Suppressor Special 2024

by Tommy Grant

Looking for a new suppressor or piece of kit to help you embrace the quiet? Check out these 7 new cans and subsonic loads to grow your wish list.

The New Gear:

Silencer Central Buck 30

Silencer Central Buck30
Silencer Central and Buck Commander collaborated to introduce the Buck 30 by Banish, an affordable .30-caliber suppressor designed specifically for deer hunters. Especially nice, it stands out as one of the most budget-friendly options on the market. The Buck 30’s versatility extends from .17 HMR to .300 Winchester Magnum, accommodating a range of hunting scenarios. With multiple mounting options, it provides flexibility for different rifles. It excels in the field, reducing the sound level to a hearing-safe 131 dB, enhancing the hunting experience without the need for ear protection. Compact at 6.9 inches and 13.8 ounces, it ensures minimal bulk and weight.
MSRP: $700

Browning SUB22 Ammunition

To get the most out of a suppressor, you’ve got to feed your gun the right ammo. When it comes to .22LR, Browning has hit the nail on the head with its new subsonic offering. Unveiled at SHOT Show 2024, SUB22 features a 45-grain black copper-plated lead round-nose bullet designed to remain subsonic in pistol-length barrels. Leveraging recoil energy for reliable action cycling, it achieves a muzzle velocity of 1,060 fps, dropping to 1,027 fps at 25 yards. With a reported muzzle energy of 112 ft-lb, decreasing to 94 ft-lb at 25 yards, SUB22 is ideal for target shooters and small game hunters seeking maximum noise suppression. Best yet, it offers reliable functionality and performance at an accessible price point.
MSRP: $17, box of 100

Yankee Hill Machine Bad Larry .338 Suppressor

It doesn’t get much bigger than this when it comes to cans. Yankee Hill Machine unveiled its new .338 suppressor, the Bad Larry .338, at SHOT Show 2024, giving long-range shooters a knockout option to tame recoil and report. Constructed from robust 17-4 PH stainless-steel and Stellite/Cobalt 6, the suppressor is durable as the day is long. Furthermore, compatibility with all of YHM’s HUB accessories, the Bad Larry offers a measure of versatility. Full-auto rated with a 136-dB decibel rating, the 7.375-inch-long suppressor isn’t obnoxious when mounted to the end of a barrel.
MSRP: $930

SilencerCo Spectre 9

Looking for a lightweight option to hush up your pistol? SilencerCo’s new Spectre 9 is just the ticket. Crafted entirely from titanium, this can is designed for both pistol and sub-guns, and weighing a mere 3.9 ounces, it does little to put a platform out of whack. The Spectre 9 boasts competitive sound performance within its size category, is compatible with both 9mm and .300 BLK, and is fully-auto-rated. Playing nice with Alpha accessories and mounting systems, the suppressor offers cutting-edge technology at a decent price.
MSRP: $879

Q PorQ Chop

If you’ve bought into the new 8.6 Blackout cartridge, then you need to get a gander at what’s coming out of Q. Dubbed the PorQ Chop, the can is tailor-made for the heavyweight subsonic round. Boasting a unique baffle column, the all-stainless-steel suppressor surprisingly handles like a lighter titanium build. Furthermore, Q’s deep draw process makes the can much more affordable while maintaining durability. Additionally, Q employs laser welds and a scratch-resistant nitride finish, elevating aesthetics and military-grade performance. The PorQ Chop ships with an XL Cherry Bomb in M18x1.5 for fast mounting, which is a nice touch.
MSRP: $850

HUXWRX Flow 22 Ti

HUXWRX has a bit of a funny name, but its suppressors are deadly serious. The Utah concern’s latest rimfire option is no different. An evolution from the company’s Flow 556k, the Flow 22 Ti offers a very manageable option aimed at rimfires but accommodates up to 5.7×28 cartridges. The company’s Flow-Through Technology makes the suppressor a foolproof addition to a gun, eliminating the need for tuning and compatible with nearly any barrel length. Better yet, the design produces zero backpressure, so it’s a downright pleasure to shoot.
MSRP: $500

Winchester 400 Legend Super Suppressed 300-grain

Winchester kicked off the era of the straight-wall 400 Legend around a year ago. Now, the company is advancing the slugger hunting cartridge with a round tailored for suppressed shooters. The 400 Legend addition to the Super Suppressed line features a 300-grain, open-tipped projectile designed for rapid and maximum expansion. This behemoth leaves the muzzle at 1,060 fps, making for a hard-hitting, yet highly suppressible round. Plus, at 100 yards, it drops a very manageable 7 inches for longer shots in straight-walled country.

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the Suppressor Special 2024 issue of Gun Digest the Magazine.

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