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Contact: Dave Matheny
Title: Owner
Phone: 512-931-4556
Fax: 888-659-1246


Silencer Shop
13729 Research Blvd., Suite 630
Austin TX 78750
United States

Silencers Are Legal! At, our top goal is to provide the simplest buying experience possible for suppressors. We are available by phone or e-mail to answer your questions, but we also try to provide as much information as possible about each product directly on the website so you can make an informed buying decision. We’ve worked hard to streamline the NFA registration process for your new suppressor and work hard to provide great customer service while offering unbeatable prices. With the largest selection in the market, a wealth of information and all the necessary accessories, we make the silencer buying experience as simple as possible. At Silencer Shop we don’t talk down to our customers. We know everyone is at a different level; some have years of military experience while others are just looking for a suppressor to make plinking more enjoyable. We always do our best to work with our customers, regardless of their level of understanding or experience. Silencer Shop, Silencer Ownership Simplified.


Why Silencer Shop?

In this video we tell you the reason for silencers and show you why Silencer Shop is the place to buy your silencer from.

Silencer Shop's Overview of the AAC 762-SD

In this video, Silencer Shop takes a close-up look at some of the features of the 762-SD from Advanced Armament.

Silencer Shop's Closer Look at the Silencerco Harvester

In this video, Silencer Shop takes you on a quick tour of some of the features of the new Silencerco Harvester.

7.62mm QD Suppressor Shootout by Silencer Shop

In this video, Mark from Silencer Shop shoots 5 different suppressors using .308, 5.56mm and .300 BLK ammo. Both the .308 and 5.56mm were using full-power/supersonic ammo off the shelf - and the .300 BLK was shot using subsonic 208 grain ammo.

SWR Specwar 7.62 Review by Silencer Shop

Mark from Silencer Shop spends some time shooting the SWR Specwar 7.62 with both subsonic .300 BLK and 5.56mm ammo. The .300 BLK results are the best we've seen in a quick-attach suppressor up to this point. We also used the SWR Specwar 5.56 as a comparison on the 5.56mm rifle.

Suppressor Booster Operation

In this video, Paul from Silencer Shop takes a couple of minutes to show how a booster (or Nielsen Device) allows a semi-automatic handgun to cycle with a suppressor attached.
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