SHOT Show 2022 was a blast for the TFB crew and for many of us, it’s not so much the guns and gear that we are excited to see but instead the relationships that we’ve built throughout the years at these types of shows. YHM has sponsored the TFB’s Silencer Saturday for a number of years so we are more than happy to bring them on this episode of the TFB Behind the Gun Podcast. Suppressors have taken a more central focus within the firearms community over the last half-decade or so and as a result, more and more people are either seriously considering or taking the leap into fabled NFA territory. Today Pete, Chris, and Andrew talk a bit about the suppressor industry, how things have been for the last couple of years, and of course, where YHM would like to find itself down the road in terms of business.
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TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #35: Chris and Andrew from YHM
YHM has been a proud sponsor of the TFB’s Silencer Saturday for a number of years now and without their support we wouldn’t be able to bring you great NFA reviews and editorials. Today, our host, as well as Editor in Chief of The Firearm Blog Pete, has on Chris and Andrew from Yankee Hill Machine to talk all about how the company has survived and thrived through the last couple of tumultuous years and what some of their plans and products are for the future of 2022 and beyond. Please sit back and relax and enjoy this episode of the TFB Behind the Gun Podcast.
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