White Sound Defense endeavors to produce the highest quality products for use by those in harms way.
We are humbled and inspired by those who have offered kind words regarding our products:
As an Instructor for ACADEMI (formerly known as Blackwater Worldwide and U.S. Training Center) I run my issued Glock 17 very hard teaching classes and for instructor development. I have never cared for the stock guide Rod/Spring as I have broken the rod in the past. White Sound's Guide Rod and Springs have held up to the abuse of the ranges here in Moyock. Under all weather conditions and field conditions has this product held up. I have also used Mag Chalk on the inside, as well as, outside on the magazines to ensure positive release and feeding. The Light Conditioner is also a product that I use to service my various Tac lights with outstanding performance.
Russell S. Renner / Firearms & Tactics Instructor
I recently acquired some replacement Glock springs and tactical lens conditioner from White Sound Defense and was pleased with its performance. As an instructor at US Training Center, we are constantly in the elements with our weapons teaching. The spring replacements went in both standard and extended magazines for my Glock. Not only did they feed well, they functioned in the elements when most magazines would have failed. I used standard weapon lubricant on my pistol mounted light lens in the past, and while it works well, I found some residual fog on the lens. The conditioner keeps the lens significantly cleaner when wiped off. Thanks for your attention to detail. It's the details that keep the weapon running when they absolutely have to.
Firearms & Tactics Instructor
Blackwater USA / U.S. Training Center
I have obviously not tested the White Sound Defense 9 X 19mm product long term, nor have I tested their 357 SIG/.40 S&W variant. However, thus far I could not be more pleased and would not dream of carrying my Glock Model 19 without the White Sound Defense assembly inside. I normally discourage aftermarket parts for Glocks, but wanted to share my experience with others even before my customary lengthy trial period.
Chairman, Pennsylvania Sportsmen's Association
During a training cycle I will put a 1000 rnds plus a week through my G17. I'm not huge on doing my own gun maintenance, for it's like Moto GP, I give my input, the mechanics tweak it, I race it. One of the last additions was a White Sound Defense Guide Rod and Recoil Spring, both have run flawlessly and kept up with the serious demands I make on my weapon.
Northern Red Inc. / Invictus Alliance Group, LLC
The flash suppressors are awesome. Night fire flash reduction was nothing short of miraculous. As far as reducing muzzle climb (i.e. acting like a muzzle brake), I think they go toe to toe with many of the better devices out there, but they are not a competition level muzzle brake (Miculek, Adams, etc.) However, they aren't designed with that market in mind.
SFC Clay Martin
Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat (SFAUC) Committee
3rd Special Forces Group
When I do night fire sessions in my courses, one of the things I like to look at is how well different muzzle devices work (at reducing flash signature) with different types of ammo. I get to see a pretty big variety of muzzle devices in my courses and I was very impressed with what I saw or didn’t see with the White Sound Muzzle device. It produced zero visible flash signature with all the ammo we put through it and it doesn’t ring like a lot of the 3 prong devices out there.
Frank Proctor - Way of the Gun Performance Shooting
During night fire we did comparison tests with your flash hider (FOSSA-556) with three other common flash hiders. Yours was significantly better as far as suppressing the flash signature.
Bill Rogers, Rogers Shooting School, Ellijay Georgia