Suppressors are more popular than ever with gun enthusiasts across the country and, accordingly, with the buyers and sellers on the GunBroker.com online marketplace. This surge in interest in suppressors has led to a significant expansion in their variety. For instance, dozens of models of handguns and rifles often available on GunBroker.com feature barrels threaded to receive a silencer as a stock feature. Additionally, beyond the traditional rifle and handgun silencing, there are now even shotgun suppressors available. Here are just a few of the excellent long gun suppressor hosts often for sale or auction by GunBroker.com sellers.
The PTR 91, chambered in 308 Winchester, has garnered rave reviews as a highly effective clone of the Heckler & Koch G3 family of battle rifles. This reliable, accurate rifle (PTR stands for “Precision Target Rifle”) is appropriately popular among GunBroker.com buyers and sellers. It is beautifully balanced and well-suited for short-, mid-, and long-range shooting. Less well-known but no less impressive is the PTR 91’s viability as a suppressor host. The threaded barrel makes the PTR 91 a contender for a whole lot of quieter range time right out of the box.
When it comes to dead-on long-distance tack-driving, it is hard to think of a rifle family more iconic than the Remington 700 rifle platform. Not unlike a gun like, say, the PTR 91, the Remington 700 SPS Tactical is chambered in 308 Winchester and is prized by both the outdoors and military and law enforcement markets. It can also be picked up with a stock threaded barrel. Whether you are protecting your hearing while shooting for a 1000-yard hit on the range or silently stalking deer, look for Remington 700 SPS Tactical on GunBroker.com. It will get the job done.
There is little doubt that the most famous suppressed shotgun is the one wielded by Javier Bardem as the terrifying sicario Anton Chigurh in “No Country for Old Men.” In the film, Chigurh carried a Remington 11-87 fitted with a silver can. It was anachronistic, as neither the Remington 1187 nor an attachable shotgun suppressor existed when the film takes place. However, that does nothing to detract from the fact that you could now own a Remington 1187 fitted with a SilencerCo Salvo 12 suppressor. You will likely find both the shotgun and the can are up for auction or being sold by GunBroker.com users.
Find rifle, handgun, and even shotgun suppressor hosts for sale and auction on GunBroker.com, along with the suppressors and other accessories, at www.gunbroker.com
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