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Silence is Golden

The use of suppressors on hunting rifles is growing by leaps and bounds.  Here’s why you should seriously consider their use.

Using the available terrain, South African professional hunter Andrew Renton and I carefully stalked closer to a large herd of blesbok that were feeding nonchalantly along. We topped a small rise on our bellies and slithered into position. I used my daypack as a rifle rest for Andrew’s 7mm Rem. Mag., put the crosshairs on the front shoulder of the largest ram and squeezed the trigger. He went down in a heap – and the herd kept on feeding as if nothing had happened. Continue reading Silence is Golden