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Harvested: One For Diddy

Stumbling over rocky Texas terrain isn’t exactly easy. Combine that with darkness and we’re falling hands over feet — where everything pokes, pricks, and bites. There are no lights on this trek. We’re trying to get within range of long-beard turkeys thundering their morning wake up calls. White flashlight beams bouncing through scrub isn’t what most hunters would consider a stealth tactic, but it’s the best we had. Logan is familiar with guns, but a first-time hunter. I’ve stressed the importance of stillness to her. A hunter can shift a little near big Toms, blind with testosterone and ready to

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SilencerCo Switchback 22

SilencerCo Launched the Switchback 22 Modular Rimfire Silencer WEST VALLEY CITY, UT – September 25, 2018 – SilencerCo has unveiled a new .22 suppressor that is aimed to silence the rimfire market and to commemorate the company’s 10-year anniversary. The Switchback 22 allows users to choose between three lengths, with the long configuration optimized for either a pistol or rifle host. As the most versatile rimfire silencer ever developed, the Switchback 22 is the first to use rocket propulsion principles. This approach to engineering results in non-intuitive baffle reversal and reduces the sound report on a .22LR rifle to an

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New Finishes Now Available!

Your favorite SilencerCo suppressors, now available in two new finishes. Featuring the Spectre, Hybrid, Omega 9K, Chimera, and Omega 300. Reach out to your local dealer to get yours today. FIND A DEALER

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Camping

Should I Carry Blog 001: Camping? No one wants to think worst case scenario but it is something that should always be considered when venturing outdoors. Whether hunting, camping, or just hiking you should always consider the what if and be prepared with a plan  who can I call, where can I run to for help? No one enjoys the thought of having to defend yourself with an armed response, which should always be a last resort, but an armed response is something you should be prepared to execute if the situation arises. As responsible gun owners, it’s our duty

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Arsenal Blog 012: MP5

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. Arguably the world’s most common submachine gun: the MP5. The only notable competition? The Israeli Uzi. We can’t pretend to argue for or against either admired platform; they’re both outstanding. But there are a

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Harvested: September

Stumbling over rocky Texas terrain isn’t exactly easy. Combine that with darkness and we’re falling hands over feet — where everything pokes, pricks, and bites. There are no lights on this trek. We’re trying to get within range of long-beard turkeys thundering their morning wake up calls. White flashlight beams bouncing through scrub isn’t what most hunters would consider a stealth tactic, but it’s the best we had. Logan is familiar with guns, but a first-time hunter. I’ve stressed the importance of stillness to her. A hunter can shift a little near big Toms, blind with testosterone and ready to

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Arsenal Blog 011: VZ61 Skorpion

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. Miroslav Rybar, ’61 Skorpion’s inventor, was determined to invent a holster-able short-barreled rifle. During creation stages in the late 1950’s, it held the name Model 59. The product was finished in 1961 and deemed Samopal

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Harvested: The Veteran Rookie

For professional basketball player, George Hill, hunting may not be easy — but it’s part of his identity. He joined us for Harvested : The Veteran Rookie to gain some experience and get his much-needed country time. As a child, Hill admired athletes like Michael Jordan and dreamt of playing in the NBA. He practiced basketball religiously in urban Indianapolis, and in 2008, his hard work paid off when he was drafted for the San Antonio Spurs at age 22. His career took him through various teams including the Utah Jazz, but just two months ago George signed with the

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