Silencerco teams up with Nitro Circus

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SilencerCo is really pushing up their ad campaign of “Fight the Noise” through a redesign of their website, and a partnering with Nitro Circus in new video they just released on Youtube. I have to admit, their mouth taping and slogans of “We, the Suppressed” are a tad bit catchy. I will knock them immensely for the complete lack of eye protection in this video, hearing protection, alright I got it, suppressors. But no eye protection at all.

In other news, the company has expanded their product line for threaded barrels for the Glock 26:

SPECS

Caliber: 9mm
Twist: 1:10 RH
Thread Pitch: 1/2×28
Barrel Length: 4.1”
Finish: Black Nitride
Material: 416R Stainless

MSRP: $220

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  • BattleshipGrey

    MSRP seems to be just a tad higher than Glock factory threaded barrels. I just read that Glocks aren’t coming with thread protectors though. Do these?

    • KestrelBike

      Wow, that seems really lame of Glock not to provide protectors w/ the threaded barrels. How much more could it cost them, $3 of materials/labor?

  • G0rdon_Fr33man

    No wonder their products are pricey. I wonder what percentage of their sales goes into marketing…

    • Bal256

      There are cheaper suppressors out there, but silencerco is still within the price range of some of the bigger name suppressor manufacturers like AAC and surefire.

      • G0rdon_Fr33man

        Quite possibly. I can´t say otherwise. However, the fact that I can buy a Swiss B&T suppressor over here, including Norwegian 25% sales tax for less than a US-made suppressor should tell you something.

        • Bal256

          Suppressors are probably more expensive across the board in the US, due to them being highly regulated. In the average gun store where I see silencerco side by side other brands, there usually isn’t that big of a price difference, probably going for about $100 more than less recognized brands at least for pistol suppressors (about $650 vs $550). When you factor in the fact that you have to pay a $200 tax stamp no matter what kind of suppressor you get, the difference seems even smaller.

  • Jeff S

    What are the NFA laws in Maryland? Pretty sure that’s where these guys are based…