Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Pete

    The suppressor on the .50cal is comical.

    Remington should use AAC to promote suppressors to their “more traditional” crowd. I would imagine a lot of hunters would love the idea of suppressors if it was properly explained to them, especially by someone they trust like Remington.

  • Phil

    Boy would I love to buy that poster.

  • Don

    AAC, marketing geniuses who happen to make good silencers.

    -D

  • Harald Hansen

    I’ve always found it interesting that here in Norway, where firearms are quite heavily regulated, I can go out and buy all the silencers I desire with absolutely no paperwork. I guess Norwegian lawmakers haven’t taken Hollywood too seriously yet…

  • Jim

    How cool, and done in the style of the old WW2 British propaganda posters
    http://davidsudworth.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/keep-calm-and-carry-on.png

  • HK_WSU

    That poster would look great in my garage…if the wife “OKs” it first.

  • Bryan S

    It would be nice to see a full blown campaign to remove these form the NFA, although I would fear what opening up the NFA to editing would bring.

  • Lance

    I getthe sniper rilfe but wouldnt a .50 cal mg melt a silencer pretty quick?

  • Matthew S.

    I love AAC’s style. Cool company.

  • Jimbo

    Where can I get a poser like that? Gah.

  • Kevin

    I want that poster beside my gaming computer.

  • Clodboy

    “I’ve always found it interesting that here in Norway, where firearms are quite heavily regulated, I can go out and buy all the silencers I desire with absolutely no paperwork. I guess Norwegian lawmakers haven’t taken Hollywood too seriously yet…”

    Or maybe they have, and were thinking: “Meh, why bother regulating meticulously crafted expensive quick-detach silencers, when an empty soda bottle or a feather pillow are just as effective at silencing a high-powered handgun” 😉

  • Bryan S

    Clodboy…

    Whats a low powered handgun?

  • Cymond

    First: I love the poster and want a copy.

    Second: Clodboy, do you really think that a soda bottle or pillow can equal the performance of a meticulously designed and crafter suppressor created by an industry leader? Years of research & development go into some suppressor designs. If a pillow could equal it, then the suppressor companies would just register a tube, shove in an old pillow, and thread on an endcap.

    My guess is that Norwegian politicians realize that suppressors are only useful when attached to firearms, and the firearms are the heavyily regulated portion of the formula over there. Also, I’ve always heard rumors that some European cultures consider suppressors to be polite and a safety-enhancing device (hearing damage). I point you towards Hushpower, an English company that produces suppressor sporting shotguns: http://www.saddleryandgunroom.co.uk/Gunroom/SG_Hushpower.htm

  • Gir

    if the poster version is ever found for sale or in a printable form will the admin please repost as a separate post? i really like this thing

  • Brilliant, I love it !! Has anyone contacted AAC to ask about getting the poster? I’ve sent an e-mail asking about it. If I learn any thing I will be sure to share any information they send.

  • I know this is an old post, but if anyone is looking for a poster: http://www.advanced-armament.com/default.aspx?pageId=16

  • gaming computers should have multiple cpu cores and a lot of memory to support those heavy graphics .,’