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June 18, 2015 By admin
Minnesota Gun Trust

If you are like many of Minnesota’s firearm owners, then you were thrilled to hear about how Governor Mark Dayton graciously signed Senate File 878 into law, making suppressors legal for game hunters. This law finally opens the doors for Minnesota to join 39 other states in recognizing the rights of law-abiding citizens to own […]

June 15, 2015 By admin
MN Silencer

Dakota Silencer – Now Selling Silencers in Minnesota! • Many years’ experience with recommending perfect silencer (since 2005) • Completed thousands of silencer transfers through a “gun trust” • Inventory ready to transfer • Dedicated and knowledge staff – we only do Class 3 firearms • Provide customers a free Minnesota Gun Trust • Selling, […]

October 23, 2013 By admin

A question our customers frequently ask is, “can I use my .223 silencer on my .22?” Technically speaking, you could. The thread pitch of both silencers is the same and a .22 LR bullet will fit through the bore of a .223 silencer. However, you will most likely find the results to be less than […]

October 22, 2013 By admin

If you have ever taken a sales or marketing course, then the pundits always advise that you must seek feedback from your customers and work tirelessly to act on customer feedback to be successful. Senior level marketers will call this acting on a “consumer insight”. Marketing professionals will hire teams of market researchers to help […]

August 28, 2013 By admin

The first commercialized silencer was created by Hiram Percy Maxim. Hiram P. Maxim was the son of Hiram Stevens Maxim, the man who brought us the first fully portable machine gun. Hiram P. Maxim was a brilliant engineer who graduated from MIT. He worked in several other businesses, but formed his own Maxim Silencer Company […]

August 15, 2013 By admin

When it comes to suppressor design, there are two main types of design. The internal structure is either a monolithic core or a series of stacked baffles. See images below for examples of each. Silencerco Sparrow (monolithic) Coastal Gun Inc LRT (stack baffle) +++As you can see from the photos, the monolithic core is one […]

August 9, 2013 By admin

You may frequently hear us say that you need to obtain your sheriff’s signature on the back of your Form 4 (the form you fill out which contains all of your silencer’s information). However, that statement is a little misleading. You actually need your Chief Law Enforcement Officer’s (CLEO) signature. Generally speaking, that ends up […]

August 6, 2013 By admin

SBRs, or short-barreled rifles, are a NFA item which have become more popular recently. Law enforcement agencies like them for their compact size and maneuverability. In the civilian world, their popularity stems from their use as a home defense weapon or for their “cool” factor. Either way, a SBR is a NFA weapon and thus […]

July 30, 2013 By admin

There’s a nasty little rumor which tends to make its way around when silencers are brought into the conversation. It’s unfortunate, but many people believe that upon owning a silencer, the ATF suddenly has unrestricted access to search their home. This rumor is UNTRUE! At no point before, during, or after the purchase do you […]

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