The most versatile suppressor in the Banish line, the Banish 30 works with all of your rifle calibers from .17 to .30 caliber magnums.
- Modular Suppressor ( 7″ or 9″)
- Below hearing safe
- Multi-Caliber .17 to .300 WBY
The Banish 30 Gold is a quick-detach, 30 caliber suppressor and is rated for rimfire to .300 RUM. Premium accessory package included.
- Quick detach suppressor
- Weighs only 13.2 oz
- 2 muzzle brakes included
Rated for calibers up to the .300 Remington Ultra Magnum (RUM), the Banish Backcountry utilizes six baffles that drop the decibel level down to 135 dB
- Ultralight, hunting suppressor
- Industry standard hub
- Only weighs 7.8oz
The BUCK 30 by BANISH is a 30-caliber suppressor designed for rifle calibers up to .300 Win Mag. This suppressor features a tubeless and laser-welded stainless steel design, incorporating 8 baffles to lower decibel levels to below 132 dB.
- Only 6.9″ inches long
- Industry-standard hub
Discover the Neutron 7.62 from Gemtech, a true embodiment of versatility and innovation. Boasting four cutting-edge patent-pending technologies, this suppressor strikes an impeccable balance between size, strength, and weight.
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The Yankee Hill Machine’s (YHM) R45 is their most versatile suppressor to date. It can handle everything from 9mm Luger to .45-70, including .45 ACP, 5.56 NATO, .300 Blackout, and .308 Winchester.
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No! .308 suppressors are legal in 42 states. Suppressors are only illegal in California, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Washington D.C. If you want to know more about the specific regulations on silencers in your state, read our state-by-state guide on silencer ownership.
Silencers actually make guns safer by reducing the risk of hearing loss and making it possible to operate guns without earplugs. In this way, gun owners can be more aware and responsive to their surroundings.
Suppressors are regulated, though, and that process can be a little daunting, even to the most seasoned gun-enthusiast. After all, most of us would rather be out on the range or hunting in the woods than sitting in front of a mountain of paperwork. Silencer Central is here to help navigate the paperwork, gun trust setup, wait time, and the entire buying process from start to finish.
It sure can. Suppressing a .308 is a great way to make it more hearing-safe, and even reduce some recoil. However, not all .308 can be suppressed to the point of hearing safety. Even with a silencer, a .308 rifle ranges from a bit over 134 decibels (hearing safe) to over 147 decibels (not at all hearing-safe).
Even without being completely hearing safe in some circumstances, it still allows you to be more aware of your surroundings and reduces the shock of an even louder blast. And that could save you precious seconds of reaction time. An unsuppressed .308 running a 20” barrel will produce about 170 dB of sound, which is pretty dangerous without ear pro.
To maximize your sound reduction, we recommend investing in a titanium silencer, like the BANISH 30 multi-caliber suppressor (formerly Vaminter 4.0). Take a look at how we tested 27 different silencers, and feel free to reach out for additional information.
We might be a little biased, but we’d recommend a BANISH 30 multi-caliber suppressor. It’s the most versatile silencer in the BANISH line and can be used with rimfire and rifle calibers from .17 to .300 Weatherby.
The titanium BANISH 30 weights only 10-13oz, and reduces the decibel level of a .308 by an amazing 34 dB or more! That puts most .308s well within a safe hearing range. You don’t have to take our word for it either, as it was recently reviewed in the NRA’s American Rifleman.
Technically it can, but it’s a little more complicated than that. If the suppressor can handle the shot’s pressure and the bullet can fit through the silencer’s bore, it can work. In most cases, a .308 silencer can then be used on a 223, since that is the case.
However, you won’t get the same quality or performance as you would when using a multi-caliber silencer, like the BANISH 30, or a suppressor designed for a 223. In other words, a .308 suppressor won’t silence a .223 as much as a .223 suppressor would.