Exclusive: SilencerCo CEO on the inspiration behind the first ever commercial shotgun silencer (VIDEO)

In this exclusive interview, Josh Waldron, CEO of SilencerCo, discusses the inspiration behind the company’s new Salvo 12, a shotgun silencer, and opens up about the driving force behind the successful company.

While there have been shotgun silencers in the past, the Salvo 12 is the first commercially available shotgun silencer to hit the civilian market.

Since SilencerCo was founded in 2008 in Utah, it has grown exponentially. The Inc. Magazine company profile ranks it as 202 in its 2013 Inc. 5000 ranking.

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