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Suppressors for shotguns. Not available in the US.

10 Responses to “Hushpower”

  1. ParatrooperJJ Says:

    Tromix has made a few here.

  2. Chas Says:

    Markie Marxist sez: “We can’t allow suppressors on guns or next thing you know, people will be wanting them on their cars! Silenced automobiles could be used by criminals to sneak up on their victims, and then make a silent getaway to who knows where! Pedestrians would be run over by cars they never heard coming! Bank robbers would be able to make silent getaways, with no way to tell which way the car went! Criminal gangs would prowl the streets in dangerous suppressed automobiles that gave no clue as to their presence! It wouldn’t be safe to set foot outside one’s own home without fear of being struck by silent death! It’s a good thing we don’t allow suppressors on cars, but if we allow them on guns, we could be heading in that dangerous, dangerous direction.”

  3. Diomed Says:

    I think Tromix made one prototype. Performance was not spectacular.

    There are some Form 1 shotgun cans out there, but it looks like the award for first production unit will be going to Red Jacket for their Saiga can.

  4. Rush baby Says:

    Hastings Metro ported barrel.

    Standard threads, there’s others for Beretta and other threads.

  5. one-eyed Jack Says:

    Interesting. I designed, built and registered a suppressed shotgun that is very easy to make 17 yrs ago. If you want details, look on the Northeast Shooters forum. Find my 9-18-2008 post under ‘Firearms”. Jack.

  6. SayUncle Says:

    got a link? can’t find it but would like to read.

  7. SayUncle Says:

    never mind. found it. But cannot see the pics

  8. one-eyed Jack Says:

    Click on the little icons for the pics. Jack

  9. SayUncle Says:

    they don’t work since i’m not a registered user.

  10. one-eyed Jack Says:

    It might be worth it to register and see the pics. Easy to build and a ball to shoot. All NFA regs apply, of course. Jack.