Since it’s inception in 2008, SilencerCo has revolutionized the civilian suppressor market, and if this video is any indication, 2015 will keep things moving forward.
We all saw it coming; with the tremendous uptake in interest in the “tactical” shooting market, a surge in both interest in and sales of firearm suppressors (or “silencers”) was inevitable.
Almost 40 states, including Kentucky, Georgia, Ohio, and Wisconsin, have legalized suppressors for civilian ownership. More than just a passing fad, however, firearm suppressors have many different uses in hunting, shooting, and even home defense. While the market is being flooded with suppressors from all different manufacturers, SilencerCo products continue to rise to the top.
SilencerCo is on the cutting edge of firearm suppression technology, and if this video is an indication, 2015 will see that trend continue.
Headquartered in West Valley City, Utah, SilencerCo revolutionized the rimfire suppressor market in 2008 by introducing a suppressor that was easy to disassemble. Due to the way in which .22 LR ammunition is constructed, it can quickly cause a suppressor to become completely clogged and ineffective. Until SilencerCo introduced the .22 Sparrow, no other company had designed a suppressor that could easily be disassembled for cleaning.
SilencerCo changed the game again when it introduced the Salvo 12, the world’s first and only commercially-viable shotgun suppressor. Constructed to be configured by the user in different lengths (and therefore different levels of noise suppression), it represents yet other way in which SilencerCo is reinventing the civilian suppressor market.
SilencerCo has products to fit all types of firearms, including handguns and large caliber rifles. While this short video gives merely a hint as to what new products SilencerCo will be introducing in 2015, we can’t wait to see (or hear) what 2015 brings for this all-American company.