Being a big gun guy I had to share this video with you. Check out this suppressed shotgun. Other than the action and ejection there's hardly any sound what-so-ever! There's a lot of benefits to suppressed firearms. Obviously accuracy, shot placement and follow up is much easier due to reduced noise and perceived recoil, less chance of hearing loss both temporary and permanent which greatly increases situational awareness.

A lot of people think suppressors or "silencers" are illegal, they're not. They are however heavily regulated by state and Federal laws. Their use is restricted to certain applications and activities. Every state has different regulations about owning and using firearm suppressors. In Oklahoma you can even use a lawfully owned suppressor when hunting on private property thanks to Senate Bill 1743 which was passed back in November 2012.