New SilencerCo Supressor Offering (well, kind of….)

WizardStaff_silencer_22lr_01April_01

SilencerCo, known for having a sense of humor about things sent out an email yesterday about he new Wizard Staff suppressor.  Said to be the quietest suppressor of all time with 42 baffles made of the legendary Mithril.  It really was good to see at least one company put out something funny today.  I guess a SilencerCo Wizard Staff can be had for 22 thousand silver shekels, that is if you are able to locate any shekels.

I have to hand it to SilencerCo for having a sense of humor, all too often we all get wrapped up in the latest and greatest and 2A issues and forget that shooting is about going out and having a good time.  While I know this post is a “day late” let it be a reminder to have some fun next time you go out to shoot.  We have one of the best hobbies on earth, lets not waste that with being serious all of the time.  Now, I am off to call SilencerCo for a review sample…

http://www.silencerco.com/wizardstaff

The newest SilencerCo. suppressor has arrived!  The Wizard Staff is the quietest .22LR suppressor ever made!

Whether you are a Diviner of Decibel or a Sorcerer of Sound, the Wizard Staff was created for you.  From acromantula hunting to divination, the Wizard Staff will ensure soundless success. 

The Wizard Staff has a unique CTA baffle stack consisting of 44 polished Mithril baffles designed for an infinite dB reduction of sound.  The 36 inches of soundless magic is easily disassembled by even the most novice necromancer to provide full user serviceability.  The ageless construction of rare and exotic materials makes the Wizard Staff indestructible.  The eternal warranty ensures the Wizard Staff will last as long as any immortal being wielding this impressive firearm silencer.

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Sam Cadle is a prior service member from the US Coast Guard, and has extensive firearms training from the military. He spent many years working counter narcotics in Central America and working maritime law enforcement and anti-terrorism stateside. He has also written articles as guest writer that are published on The Truth About Guns, and other firearms related blogs. He is currently a successful writer for Examiner.com, specializing in gun rights a politics in Washington State, as well as across the United States. His passions are long range precision shooting, coyote hunting and keeping up with the firearms community.

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  • Anonymoose

    Do they accept shekel bills or does it have to be in coins?

    • wetcorps

      One thing is sure, they don’t take BitSheckels.

      • http://thefirearmblog.com/blog/ Sam Cadle (Staff Writer, TFB)

        Hopefully they are more secure than the BitCoins… Wouldn’t want someone stealing all the BitSheckels…

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

      Probably doesn’t matter.

    • http://realskill.ru Ayur Sandanov

      5750 US dollars. Kinda steep, but understandable, sanctions and all. I guess they just smuggled the tiny amount of mithril they needed around the blockade.

  • Giolli Joker

    Funny video!
    It also shows that to be able to afford a (gorgeous) Benelli M4 you can’t even spend a few dollars to buy yourself a decent sleeveless shirt…

  • gunslinger

    reminds me of the nicholson’s piston from the Batman movie

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

      Yea it does. I watched that video a couple of times yesterday morning. It was well done especially the photography which reminded me of Braveheart after the second battle when he was running from James 1st and it showed Mel Gibson running across the mountain ridges.

    • http://thefirearmblog.com/blog/ Sam Cadle (Staff Writer, TFB)

      The further out he pulled that suppressor the more I laughed until it got to a ridiculous place… Then there was still another foot…

  • Doopington

    If I have to be honest, I would totally buy gun products regardless of their use to me if they were marketed like this.

    Not that I’m a wizard in want of gun products who thought that finally I was getting wizard-specific market attention after so many centuries.
    Not disappointed at all.

    • http://thefirearmblog.com/blog/ Sam Cadle (Staff Writer, TFB)

      Yeah, if more products were marketed in this kind of funny way, I would also be more likely to take a harder look at them.

  • BryanS

    A wizards staff has a knob on the end. It never will buckle, it never will bend. He cherishes it, and he calls it his friend, and he frequently takes it in hand.

  • LCON

    So any word on the aurichalcum baffled version comes out? :-P

  • MattInTheCouv

    is it just me… or do wizard’s apparently have poor trigger discipline on the draw?

    also, if they made a limited run of these… say… 100… i bet they would sell them all to firearm/fantasy geeks. but it would have to come in an awesome display box touting it’s epic characteristics and mithril construction

  • Obrez

    They should’ve had the Benelli wielding gentleman sitting atop his horde of .22lr cases.

  • Alex Nicolin

    Is that Gandalf the Gun Nut?