Whitetail hunting is more than just a means by which people put on the table. For many, hunting deer and other North American animals is a way of life that is passed down through generations. Silencer Central which is one of America’s largest silencer dealers is excited to announce its new ambassador partnership with Buck Commander with the goal of promoting the hunting lifestyle.
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Silencer Central and Buck Commander Partner Up to Promote Hunting
On a quest to harvest whitetail trophy deer, the Buckmen make deer hunting a lifestyle. Buck Commander has foraged a bond and share passions for being outdoors, having fun and passing on the importance of our hunting heritage to their families.
“The guys at Buck Commander are an excellent example of what it means to hunt with passion and enjoy their time in the woods,” said CEO of Silencer Central Brandon Maddox. “By partnering with the Buckmen, we’re able to introduce our process and products to the consumer through entertainment and demonstration, showing the capabilities of silencers when it comes to hunting whitetails.
Although there has been a lot of progress made in terms of wider adoption of silencers across the nation, there are still many out there who stigmatize the devices because of Hollywood or any other number of reasons which are simply not based on facts. Using this new partnership, Silencer Central aims to break the stigma surrounding silencers which can not only save your hearing but also reduce recoil and make for a more comfortable and less disruptive hunting experience. Silencer Central makes the process of purchasing a suppressor easier for consumers and even offers direct delivery to their customers in 42 states across the nation.
For more information on this new partnership, check out Silencer Central’s website or visit the Buck Commander website. As always, we’ll turn it back to you, the readers. What are your thoughts on this new partnership? Will this joining of forces help more hunters take on suppressors as part of their regular hunting toolset?