Following up on the late October announcement on their The Good, The Bad and The Quiet contest in Texas, Dead Air Silencers is already planning on hosting round two. One team out of 25 contestants took home a substantial prize package full of silencers, guns and accessories. I’m not sure who these two young Indiana Jones characters are (below) but they look set up for a very good time. Check out the video below for details on the next Dead Air adventure coming up in January.
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We’re convinced…The Good, The Bad, and The Quiet event was the biggest and baddest of 2020.Who wants to join us next year for Round 2?
An exciting race across Texas, some teams took to the road and some took to the sky to be the first to finish. After solving a clue at each stop along the way, teams arrive at the final location @kaianvistaranch to find 10 unmarked graves. Only 1 had the grand prize.
The Good, The Bad, and The Quiet – Coming soon
Teaser Alert – Who’s ready for Round 2?
We sent camera crews out to follow 25 teams race across Texas, solving challenges…to win one EPIC prize buried in an unmarked grave. Which teams had enough guts to get the job done? Full coverage of all the action for The Good, The Bad, and The Quiet event is coming January 2021.
This is one Dead Air Video, you won’t wanna miss.
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