Keep it simple, choose your Stalon in our silencer product guide.

Please note that the product guide is based on our recommendation for each caliber. In some cases, other models may suit your needs better.



Driven hunts are perhaps the most intense hunting experience out there. A line of beaters (most often accompanied by dogs) drive the game out and push them towards a chain of waiting hunters.
When an area is driven in such a proper way, it is natural for many different game species to be seen in these activities. Wild boar are without doubt at the heart of driven hunting, but on most driven hunts it is also possible to see other games, like fallow deers, red deers, roe deers, foxes, pheasants, and perhaps mouflon and sika stag all depending on what the individual district can offer.
Whether you are a beater or a hunter, certain features of your equipment are preferable for driven hunts. We think it is important to choose a silencer and its features based on the type of hunting.

For driven hunts, we think, and recommend silencers that allows for quick movements for running game, where flexibility and/or "easy-to-carry" features goes hand in hand with quick movements.
A Stalon silencer for quick movements are usually light weight and has a short extension of the weapon. these two features conflicts with the term: Maximum noise reduction, you often need to sacrifice some noise reduction to get the best possible silencer for driven hunts (unless you choose the one with maximum noise reduction).
See how and what Stalon think is the perfect pick in our guide above (on this page).


Spot and stalk/stalking hunting is one of the most demanding, yet peaceful form of hunting. The method is best performed in open or semi-open landscapes, where a hunter can locate the game at a distance before stalking into an effective distance without getting attention from the animal.
Spot-and-stalk/stalking method gives you a number of tactical and strategic advantages over the less disciplined approach of just wandering around with a gun in hopes of driving something up. Spot-and-stalk/stalking hunting lets you cover ground with your eyes instead of your feets, sometimes more ground in a glance than you would be able to cover with your feets.
Spot-and-stalk/stalking is often used when hunting roe deers, fallow deers, red deers, mouflon, sika stag and many other games depending on location and the local selection of game.

The recommended silencer for successfully Spot-and Stalk/stalking will vary depending on how you plan to conduct the hunt. Typically, a hunter will spend many hours stalking for just a few seconds of opportunity at a clean shot. The silencer needs to help conduct those hours while maximizing the efficiency in those few moments. A silencer with the best reduction of physical impact, such as recoil and barrel flip, and noise reduction are important features for a potential long range shot and possibly a follow-up shot. To have these benefits one will have to equip the weapon with any of the longer/larger Stalon silencers. often go noise reduction and recoil reduction hand in hand with each other.
See how and what Stalon think is the perfect pick in our guide above (on this page).


Allround hunting is a good mix between the different methods of hunting, where quick movements, flexibility, stable shooting and good follow-up shot possibilities are equally important or interesting for the hunter. the intensity of the driven hunt and the demanding, yet peaceful moments of the spot-and-stalk/stalking hunts are examples of combinations of the allround hunting.
The allround hunting is what most hunters do if they are invaterate hunters, often with equipment and gear for each of the individual hunting disciplines.
Allround hunting puts the hunter in a position to choose equipment based on method of hunting, while some equipment just works good for all occasions.

For allround hunting, and if the hunter want to stick with just one Stalon silencer, the different features of the silencers has to be carefully weighted in when choosing model.
Some features just has to be "sacrified" in advantage of something the hunter think is more important for its style of hunting.
It is without doubt toughest to choose model for allround hunting, unless the hunter choose one for each method or hunting style.
See how and what Stalon think is the perfect pick in our guide above (on this page).