SilencerCo to reveal new product Monday, sends cryptic package to Guns.com

This Monday, July 21st , SilencerCo, the most rapidly growing sound suppressor company in the United States, will unveil a new, unnamed product at their Catalina Wine Mixer, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Thus far, SilencerCo hasn’t released any details pertaining to the new product, but recently sent a cryptic wooden box to this editor’s home address.

What secrets does this box contain? (Photo by Jim Grant)

What secrets does this box contain? (Photo by Jim Grant)

Inside this wooden box, adorned with the SilencerCo logo, was a single, solid-cropper shotgun shell with a headstamp that read, “999 CU SilencerCo”. Does this mean Silencerco is taking a page from, “No Country for Old Men” and introducing a shotgun sound suppressor? Stay tuned to Guns.com, as I report live from the Wine Mixer with all the juicy details.

What does this solid-copper shotgun shell mean? (Photo by Jim Grant)

What does this solid-copper shotgun shell mean? (Photo by Jim Grant)

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