The original Honey Badger was developed at AAC by Kevin Brittingham and his R&D team at the request of a Tier One  US special operations group looking to replace the MP5-SD. Requirements included the ability to shoot a rifle caliber round while maintaining low visibility and excellent sound signature suppression. Developed in conjunction with 300 AAC Blackout, the Honey Badger was born. Though it exceeded expectations, it was never brought to the commercial market.

That is, until Q brought it back to give to anyone and everyone who wanted it. At first glance, Q’s Honey Badger appears to be the same as the original. Q focused on updating the legendary gun and improved upon every technical aspect of the first-generation design. From the gas system to the trigger, and telescoping stock, nothing was overlooked and Q’s Honey Badger will have you smiling every time you touch it.


Just like its SD counterpart, the Honey Badger SBR was brought to the commercial market by Q, after wow-ing some of the most elite warfighters in the world. Similarly to the Honey Badger SD, the SBR variant has a 7 inch 1:5 twist barrel and fires 300 BLK. It comes with a Q Cherry Bomb on its tapered muzzle which is the perfect host for either their Trash Panda or Thunder Chicken silencers. The Cherry Bomb is removable though, so you’re able to put whatever muzzle device and .30 cal silencer you have on it.

HB Pistol:

The Honey Badger Pistol is quite literally the same as the Honey Badger SBR, just with Q’s proprietary sliding brace instead of the stock. A 4.5lb, 7” 1:5 twist 300 BLK piece of art! Just like with the SBR, it comes with a removable Q Cherry Bomb muzzle device on it from the factory.


The Sugar Weasel was jokingly deemed the ‘Poor Man’s Honey Badger”. It’s a 7-inch direct impingement pistol chambered in 300 BLK. Built on a clear anodized M16 spec receiver set sans the forward assist, with a cerakote finish, it features the same fast-twist barrel, Cherry Bomb muzzle device, adjustable gas block, and 6-inch M-LOK handguard as the higher priced Honey Badger. It uses a 6-position receiver extension, or “buffer tube” for you yee yee folks, that houses a carbine length action spring and buffer, and is topped off with a

custom gray SBA3™ Pistol Stabilizing Brace®. The “poor man’s Honey Badger” is still a top tier piece of equipment in anyone’s personal collection.

The Fix:

The Fix by Q is the biggest step forward in bolt-action rifle innovation since 1962, and is the foundation of what Q as a company believes in: science and innovation. From the one piece aluminum receiver to the 45 degree bolt throw and even the proprietary lock-up on the folding stock’s hinge that only gets more and more solid over time and doesn’t wobble, everything on The Fix was designed from the ground up. It is like nothing you’ve ever seen before and it’s certainly not your dad's bolt action rifle. The Fix is the ultimate utility rifle, capable of just about anything you need it to do.

Mini Fix:

If the name didn’t make it obvious, the Mini Fix is the “Mini Action” version of The Fix in a pistol configuration. The Mini Fix pistol has a smaller receiver and bolt assembly. It uses M4 pattern magazines as opposed to the SR-25 pattern magazines used by its big brother The Fix. The Mini Fix is currently offered in an 8” 1:5 twist 300 BLK configuration with optional 12” 5.56 barrels offered by both Q and Proof Research. This pistol utilizes a custom SB Tactical® Pistol Stabilizing Brace® designed specifically for the Mini Fix.

Trash Panda:

Q’s​​ Trash Panda is their smaller  “Quickie Fast-Attach” .30 cal can. Designed with practical shooters in mind who wish to suppress multiple platforms, the Trash Panda is short, lightweight, and totally hearing safe. It is made entirely out of titanium with a PVD coating. It’s fully rotary welded with no outer tube, and features standard size wrench flats on the front and back for easy on and off. Each Trash Panda comes with a 1/2-28 (7.62) and a 5/8-24

Cherry Bomb muzzle device.

Thunder Chicken:

Think of the Thunder Chicken as the Trash Panda’s bigger brother. Still a “Quickie Fast-Attach” can, mounted on a Cherry Bomb, the Thunder Chicken os great for shooters who don’t mind a little extra length but really cherish that sound suppression. Still extremely lightweight and made entirely from titanium, the Thunder Chicken may be a bit longer than the Trash Panda, but it’s certainly not cumbersome by any means. Like all “Quickie” silencers by Q, the Thunder Chicken comes with both 1/2-28 (7.62) and 5/8-24 Cherry Bomb

muzzle brakes in the box. 

Half Nelson:

The Half Nelson is the direct-thread cousin of the Trash Panda. Short, lightweight, and hearing safe, the Half Nelson is a silencer for those who prefer a more compact platform, or who don't want unnecessary length added to their favorite gun. The Half Nelson is made of 100% titanium with a PVD coating. It is fully rotary welded with no outer tube which gives it more internal volume, and features standard size wrench flats on the front and back for easy on and off. The Half Nelson does NOT need a tapered muzzle to mount to.

Full Nelson:

Just like the Half Nelson is to the Trash Panda, the Full Nelson is the direct-thread cousin to the Thunder Chicken. A full size, all titanium build .30 cal can, the Full Nelson is lightweight, durable and insanely quiet. Perfect for a shorter gun where the added length isn’t a huge deal, toss it on and you never have to take it off. Just like the Half Nelson, the Full Nelson does NOT need a tapered muzzle to mount to.

El Camino:

The El Camino by Q combines performance, durability, and style into a lightweight package. Its PVD-finished titanium tube is filled with advanced stainless steel baffles that form a sealed stack, keeping the guts clean, and allowing easy maintenance. The front end cap features a standard 1/2" socket interface, eliminating the need for proprietary tools for disassembly. Without a dedicated blast baffle, the stainless steel baffles can be arranged in any configuration. Designed for .22lr, the El Camino has no issues handling .22 magnum if you’re feeling a little spicy.

If modular is what you’re looking for, then you’ve come to the right place. The Erector by Q is made up of clear hard-coat anodized aircraft grade aluminum baffles, a mount and front cap, and one stainless steel blast baffle. No outer tube means more internal volume, making this

silencer unbelievably quiet. At only 2.6 oz in its longest configuration, it’s the lightest .22 silencer on the market. Depending on how you set it up, it’s also the shortest, longest, quietest or loudest .22 can on the market. Configure this silencer with one baffle, or all ten to fit your needs. It’s all up to you!


Just like its little sibling, the Erect9r is all about modularity. Identical to the Erector 22, just in 9mm, it's the lightest can of its class at only 8 oz in its longest configuration. On top of that, it's also the quietest, loudest, longest, and shortest silencer ever made. Crazy, I know. It comes with a booster for tilt barrel actions and Q has fixed mounts available as well for mounting on fixed barrels. Configure it however you want and have a blast doing it!