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Arsenal Blog 005: American-180

SILENCERCO’S ARSENAL SERIES showcases guns we love for various reasons that reside in our in-house arsenal. We are best-known for making guns quiet in order to do this, we must interact with a great variety of amazing platforms. In these posts we will tell you about each platform we like, why it’s different and relevant, and why we think it belongs in our pantheon of greatness. The American-180 is an Austrian-made, blowback open bolt submachine gun chambered in .22 LR and is fed from a spring-loaded, top-mounted drum magazine. The original concept for the American-180 came from a man named

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Harvested: Dialed In

The best way to learn anything, no matter what you’re doing, is by making mistakes.” BMX Gold Medalist Morgan Wade is no stranger to the try, try again way of life. Through more broken bones and serious injuries than we care to count, Wade has stayed committed to honing his craft and doing what he loves. Morgan brings the same commitment to hunting as he does to BMX, always striving to learn from mishaps and improve for the next go around. See this attitude put into action in Harvested : Dialed In. Click below to watch now.

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Arsenal Blog 004: Steyr AUG

SILENCERCO’S ARSENAL SERIES showcases guns we love for various reasons that reside in our in-house Arsenal. While we are best-known for making guns quiet, in order to do so we interact with a great variety of amazing platforms. In these posts we will tell you about each platform we like, why it’s different and relevant, and why we think it belongs in our pantheon of greatness. Austrian gun manufacturer Steyr-Daimler-Puch began development of the Steyr AUG (Armee-Universal-Gewehr or Universal Army Rifle) in the 1960’s. The driving force for the development of this rifle was NATO’s transition from the 7.62x51mm NATO

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Harvested: The Payoff

Since 2006, Shorty Gorham has been one of Professional Bull Riding (PBR)’s top three bullfighters. He has been kicked in the face, broken his legs, fingers, and everything in between. Through all of that, Gorham has never taken more than a month off from competition. If his job is any indication, Shorty is no stranger to hard work. This willingness to put in the hours and the effort also enables Shorty to be successful as an avid hunter and outdoorsman. Watch Gorham’s patience pay off in our newest video installment, Harvested : The Payoff

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Arsenal Blog 002: Uzi

ILENCERCO’S ARSENAL SERIES showcases guns we love for various reasons that reside in our in-house Arsenal. While we are best-known for making guns quiet, in order to do so we interact with a great variety of amazing platforms. In these posts we will tell you about each platform we like, why it’s different and relevant, and why we think it belongs in our pantheon of greatness. The Uzi was developed by Uziel Gal (1924-2002), an Israeli army captain and won an internal competition for the design of a new sub machine gun that was supposed to be simple, durable, and

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Arsenal Blog 001: FNH Scar

Arsenal Blog 001: FNH Scar-H 7.62MM (MK17) SilencerCo’s Arsenal Series showcases guns we love for various reasons that reside in our in-house Arsenal. While we are best-known for making guns quiet, in order to do so we interact with a great variety of amazing platforms. In these posts we will tell you about each platform we like, why it’s different and relevant, and why we think it belongs in our pantheon of greatness. The FNH SCAR-H is a modern battle rifle reminiscent of the pre-5.56mm NATO days and draws its lineage from many of the FN platforms of the 60’s,

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Harvested: From Field To Plate

During the age of information when we can find out almost anything at the touch of a button, is it any wonder people are starting to look deeper into where their food comes from? As the desire to understand the origins of our food grows, so does the desire to consume only the most local, healthy, and beneficial sustenance possible. With this, we’ve officially entered the age of the Locavore – a person whose diet consists primarily of locally sourced products. And what’s more Locavore than hunting your own meat? In Harvested: From Field to Plate, we link up with

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Harvested: Last Hurrah

Josh Kline is no stranger to hard work and the need to overcome adversity. Looking back at the last five years of his NFL career it’s filled with highs and lows. After signing with the New England Patriots in 2013 for his rookie year, he rode that roller coaster of ups and downs. By 2016, and starting only 18 games for New England, Josh was released by the Patriots in Week 1 to be claimed soon after by the Tennessee Titans. His approach to the game allowed him to adjust to a new offensive scheme and have an immediate positive

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