Be a Quiet Conquistador: SilencerCo’s Conquest Kit

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How does a limited run kit of 14 Suppressors and 47 Accessories sound to you? SilencerCo believes there is a market for their complete line of products with commensurate bespoke service and support. Included with the Conquest Kit is the “one-on-one coaching by a SilencerCo employee upon receipt.” Customers will even have the option of custom serial numbers.

If you have to ask how much it costs, you likely can’t afford it.

Actually… you just might with the saving you get from buying them all individually.

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According to available information, it will run you about $20,000 with SilencerCo picking up the NFA stamps for the cans. Total savings off retail would be about $7,800 including the 14 tax stamps. If you want to have a SilencerCo rep contact you to discuss your interest, you can fill out the online form on the Conquest Kit webpage.

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WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH – June 23, 2014 | Utah-based firearm silencer company SilencerCo began last week to take orders of what they’re calling “the greatest SilencerCo offer ever extended” – everything that they make in a custom hard case with unique serial numbers.

The Conquest Kit, as it has been dubbed, presents an opportunity to join a select class of customers. The kit contains every silencer (14) and accessory (47) the company makes within a laser-cut foam lined Pelican case with a SilencerCo logo. Benefits of the big-ticket collection are many, including one-on-one coaching from a SilencerCo employee upon receipt, the ability to choose custom serial numbers, and early access to future new products by joining the SilencerCo inner circle.

“We built the Conquest Kit because customers and dealers at live fire demos asked about having every silencer and accessory we make in one place — like our sales reps have,” noted Joshua Waldron, SilencerCo‘s CEO. “We made the kit even better by putting it all in an awesome case, adding in the custom serial number option, and even including individual training after receipt.”

As part of this limited-time offer, SilencerCo is sweetening the deal by offering to pay the tax and transfer of each silencer, as required for all regulated NFA items by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BAFTE). This alone could save the customer over $3,500.

In its relatively short history, SilencerCo has elicited intense loyalty from an expanding customer base by regularly releasing innovative products of top-tier quality. Purchasing the Conquest Kit will guarantee advance notice and first-chance buys on any future releases of this nature.  For more information, please visit http://www.silencerco.com/conquestkit.  Text and image download: HERE




Nathan S.

TFB’s resident Jarhead, Nathan now works within the Industry in Operations, Sales & Marketing. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, MSR’s, high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries in the last three years working with US DoD & foreign MoDs. You will likely find him either in an international airport or on the local range in NE Indiana.

Nathan can be reached at [email protected]


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  • Nick Pacific

    Let me just run this by the wife…

    • sianmink

      I can save you some time there.

      She said not a chance.

  • sianmink

    I didn’t need a boat anyway.

    • iksnilol

      But what about the tragic boating accident? Ya need a boat for that.

      • sianmink

        It was a friend’s boat. We’re still good.

  • iksnilol

    So…many…assassinations…

    *wipes away tears*

    • Dukke1ine

      Hurra for Norge :P

      • iksnilol

        It’s all fun and crime until the federales are at your door even though they have no jurisdiction (good swimmers I will admit). Also for some reason they always pick the moment when you are cleaning your tactical long range rig (AICS or McMillian stock, black or OD green, big scope, protruding mag and a bipod) to barge in.

        Be honest, everyone in Norway knows at least one guy with a rifle like that.

  • allannon

    Need to win the lottery…

    Of course, I’d have to _play_ the lottery first, but a little dreaming can’t hurt, right?

  • SafeArmsReview

    My question is how long would you have to wait for paperwork – earlier this year it was about 9 months. I bet with this ‘package’ the ATF would process each one separately. So if each one takes 9 months X 14 = 126 months or 10 1/2 years!

    I guess its time to buy another lotto ticket

    ;)

    • Cymond

      Yes, each one would be on a separate form, but each one would be processed separately as well. You’d have the first on in 9 months.
      .
      I doubt they would wait until the first is complete before starting the second. From what has been discussed in various places, the slowdown comes from the high number of transfers compared to the handful of workers. It’s basically ‘first in, first out’ all day long.

      • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Nathan S. ” Staff Writer, TFB”

        All would be processed simultaneously.

    • anon

      Not really. I’ve had a single customer buy 4 of the same can before (one for each family member on the trust), and all 4 came back within about a week of each other. IIRC, NFA sent back the 1st form on a Friday, and the other 3 arrived on the following Wednesday. There’s a limit to how many get processed each day, but if they’re submitted at the same time they’ll generally come back within a few days or a week of each other.

  • Burst

    Is there any particular reason why this would require 14 stamps? If you pass one background check, the rest should be cake, and the $7600 a waste.

    Perhaps this is a stealthy way to get the process streamlined?

    • Etin

      Stamps are not a license, they are a tax. This tax is on a per item basis, even though its all being purchased together. Also, since most people are using trusts, the background check thing is a moot point.

      • JumpIf NotZero

        Mostly right. Each silencer needs a $200 tax paid.

        But…. for background checks being a moot point. You STILL GET A FULL BACKGROUND CHECK WITH A TRUST. You just don’t need your local chief LEO to sign off on you owning cans, and you don’t need to submit photos or finger prints. There is a slight contention that you could be on a trust, but not the submiting party and not specifically be checked into, this is what the big fuss over ATF Rule 41P is all about.

        But still, it is not correct to say a trust will get you out of a background check.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    Seen this around over the past few days. The math does NOT add up to a good deal. You would have to put a massive value (like $5,000) on getting to pick your own serial numbers and whatever training they are offering.

    It’s not even sort of a good deal though.

  • Chris Schmidt

    Sounds like $2800 in tax stamps alone.

  • Pigsnguns

    Harvester Big Bore……………………………..$1,600.00
    Harvester 762……………………………………..$750.00
    Saker 762 w/ Cap, FH, Mount, Tool………$1,300.00
    Saker 556 w/ Cap, MB, Mount, Tool……..$1,200.00
    Specwar 762 w/ MB……………………………..$900.00
    Specwar 556 w/ FH……………………………..$800.00
    Osprey 45 w/ Piston, Tool…………………….$850.00
    Osprey 40 w/ Piston, Tool…………………….$850.00
    Osprey 9 w/ Piston, Tool………………………$850.00
    Octane 45 w/ Piston, Tool…………………….$850.00
    Octane 9 w/ Piston, Tool………………………$850.00
    Sparrow 22…………………………………………$500.00
    Spectre 2 w/ Tool………………………………..$400.00
    Warlock 2 w/ Tool……………………………….$300.00
    $12,000 + $2,800 NFA

    Maad Caps 6………………………………………$510.00 ($85 Each)
    Saker/Specwar Flash Hiders 4……………….$340.00 ($85 Each)
    Saker/Specwar Muzzle Brakes 4…………….$340.00 ($85 Each)
    Osprey/Octane Pistons 12……………………$960.00 ($80 Each)
    Direct Maad Mount 2…………………………. $300.00 ($150 Each)
    Maad Mounts 2 ………………………………….$590.00 ($295 Each)
    Harvester Mounts 3………………………………….????? ($85 Each?)
    3 Lug Mount 1…………………………………..$130.00
    Osprey/Octane Spacer 1……………………….$55.00
    Octane Fixed Mounts 3……………………….$255.00
    Rimfire Adapters 6……………………………..$240.00 ($40 Each)
    Rimfire Thread Spacer 1………………………..$20.00
    Saker Tool 1………………………………………..$25.00
    Osprey/Octane Tool 1…………………………..$20.00
    Spectre/Warlock Tool 1…………………………$20.00
    3 Lug Tool 1……………………………………….$20.00
    O-Rings……………………………………………..$28.00
    Carrying Case……………………………………….?????
    Transfers……………………………………………..?????
    $3,853

    Total Equipment Cost……………………..$15,853.00……(-$3,853.00)…….$12,000.00
    Texas Sales Tax 0.0825%………………….$1,308.00……..(-$318.00)………….$990.00
    Total Cost w/ Tax………………………….$17,161.00……………………………$12,990.00
    Total Cost w/ $2,800 NFA………………$19,960.00…………………………….$15,790.00

    I love the idea of this kit but for something people it isn’t adding up. It says $25000 value but Its more than just equipment.

    As far as equipment:
    The pricing is missing on the 3 Harvester mounts, transfer fees, pouches?, custom serials, & the carrying case.

    You’re just getting one of each tool…. :/

    Even still, I doubt it would add up to >$4,000, even if the transfer fees where a $100 per can.

    The ($3,853 + $318) is the pricing for extra accessories that don’t come with the individual cans.

    I also didn’t add the Maad Brake ($295) because it wasn’t in the picture.

    As far as value:
    What’s really awesome is that they’ll let you create you’re own serial numbers & get a pass into the silenilluminati.

    Dibbs on new products & one on one training. (What that involves, who knows, but i’ll bet it’ll be epic)

    I personally think this is worth the $$$, if you can afford it.

    • gunslinger

      plus the guy to come out and train you on it?

  • Giolli Joker

    “How does a limited run kit of 14 Suppressors and 47 Accessories sound to you?”
    Even without reading any further I’d say “@#°§ing expensive!”

    • Rogier Velting

      Don’t forget the “****ing awesome!” part!
      Expensive? Yes. Overly expensive? Probably. Awesome? Oh yes!

  • Dr. Daniel Jackson

    Who actually just has a spare $20,000 to use on fun NFA items?
    I could understand buying a suppressor for $500-$1,500 plus the tax stamp,but $20,000 is a lot to drop at once for items that are just going to be range toys.

    • iksnilol

      Suppressors aren’t range toys. They are really useful.

      • Dr. Daniel Jackson

        Typically suppressors in civilians hands are used for plinking that makes it primarily a range toy in my book.Yes I know they can be used for hunting and pest control but that is obviously done less.

        • iksnilol

          I somehow doubt you have seen many “suppressors in civilian hands”.

          Most people use them to reduce noise pollution and to save their hearing and the hearing of their dogs when hunting.

          Honestly? I find it rude not to use a suppressor.

          • Dr. Daniel Jackson

            Do you think I really care if you believe me or not?
            Hunting with a suppressor at least in my area is very uncommon,anyway my point which you apparently still don’t understand is that its waste of money to buy 14 suppressors for $20K + tax stamp/stamps,when one or two multi-purpose suppressors will be just as good and cost significantly less.

            I really don’t understand your need to start an argument for sake of arguing and trying to discredit me because I don’t know anyone who hunts with a suppressor,my friends around here don’t need a dog to help them hunt elk or deer either,they do just fine without.

          • iksnilol

            I don’t want to argue and I do agree with you about it not being a good idea to buy this kit. I will admit it was a last second edit.

        • Ezra

          Typical suppressors for civilians (ME) keep me from going fucking deaf, and hearing a fucking useful thing to have all of the time and not just up until I’m 23 when I go deaf from shooting on a regular basis.

    • WFDT

      Since I shoot in my back yard, my suppressor has become an integral part of marital harmony.

    • http://mazeworld.net/ Hebizuka Jinkou

      And? Not your cash, not your problem, is it? If someone HAS 20k lying around, more power to them and to SilencerCo. So what if a suppressor is a range toy? A Ferrari is a garage/private track queen, neither makes you a professional operator/driver.

  • Bruce

    My local indoor range could buy one of these and have a much more pleasant place to shoot with an added draw for the novelty.

  • gunslinger

    i could see this usefull maybe for ranges that offer the various guns to rent. maybe some training places too, to allow firing of suppressed arms.

    but somehow as others said, where’s the maths on the value?

  • avconsumer2

    lol – the hypothetical look on my CLEO’s face when dropping off the paperwork… priceless.

    • Michael Bergeron

      “So umm who are you planning to go to war with?”
      “Did you start your own Special Ops team?”
      “So do you think the department could borrow them?”

  • Moses

    REPEAL THE NFA