SilencerCo – Noveske Partnership

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SilencerCo and Noveske Rifleworks are now partnering on a number of projects:

  1. All Noveske rifles will use a SilencerCo Trifecta RS flash hider or muzzle brake
  2. Noveske will manufacture the SilencerCo lowers for a promotion previously run by SilencerCo.
  3. SilencerCo marketing will use Noveske rifles.

From SilencerCo:

SilencerCo and Noveske Rifles announce a multi-faceted partnership to make the best rifles in the world even better. To start with, every Noveske rifle going forward will feature a SilencerCo muzzle device – Trifecta RS flash hider or muzzle brake – ready to mount a SilencerCo silencer. The first Noveske rifle (8.2” 300BLK Gen 3) featuring a SilencerCo muzzle device was auctioned this past weekend at the NRA/ILA live auction in conjunction with day and night optics and a hog hunt in TX.

In addition, all lowers for SilencerCo’s Saker 556 promotion, which ended January 30th, will be provided by Noveske. Customers can expect their lowers to arrive by the end of June.

Finally, the SilencerCo sales and marketing staff will shoot Noveske 5.56 and 300 Blackout platforms for live fire demos and content creation.

The partnership was born of a mutual dedication to performance, craftsmanship, and attention to detail. SilencerCo and Noveske share a focus on quality in order to make sure that their loyal and discerning customers receive the very best products possible.

Customers can expect future collaborations between Noveske and SilencerCo to include short barreled rifle and silencer combinations starting this year.


Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/.


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  • JumpIf NotZero

    Odd partnership really.

    No offense to anyone at Noveske, but when John Noveske died, they let go a few people, and I haven’t really seen a single innovative thing from them since. Obviously there is a transition period to get going again, but as much as I like the Noveske products I have, I’m not sure they will recover to where they were. They have a niche, but it just doesn’t seem like they’re going to hold on to it as is.

    Makes me think that the surviving Noveske will sell it off to a capital group. Seems like Silencerco got an influx of money at some point, fired at least two key people recently, and brought the fired CEO of TrackingPoint after he left Remington. Story is he was a key player in all the trouble AAC went through. Seems like the moves that people with real money make for you once you let them in the door. They appear to be seeking mil contracts now.

    My guess is that this partnership will end in Silencerco buying Noveske. Good or bad, I don’t care, it’s just interesting.

    • David

      They many not be an innovative as they used to be, but they still make a top quality product.