Silencer Shop at the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival

This post could be titled How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Buy a Silencer at the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival at Best of the West Shooting Sports, 14 – 16 October. Because there are a lot of people who understand the benefits of sticking a suppressor on the end of their handgun, rifle or shotgun, but don’t how or where to start — especially with new ATF rules in place. Enter The Silencer Shop . . .

The Silencer Shop reps over 190 silencers from 20 different brands — and they’re bringing them all to the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival. (Ammo’s free on Saturday and Sunday!) Here they are:

Advanced Armament
Bowers Group LLC
Elite Iron
GEMTECH
Griffin Armament
Knights Armament Company
Liberty Suppressors
Palmetto State Defense LLC
Rugged Design Inc.
Sig Sauer Inc.
Surefire LLC
Tactical Solutions
Thunder Beast Arms Corporation
Yankee Hill Machine Co., Inc.
Alpha Dog Design LLC
Innovative Arms LLC.
Radical Firearms
Spike’s Tactical, LLC
Mack Brothers
CGS Suppressors LLC

Click here to buy your tickets to the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival, October 14 – 16 at Best of the West Shooting Sports in Liberty Hill. Come on down and shoot a wide range of silencer-equipped firearms — from KE Arms’ selection of AK’s and ARs to H&K handguns.

When you’re ready to buy, The Silencer Shop will have experts on hand to take your fingerprints, help you fill out your paperwork, set-up a trust (if that’s the way you want to go) and generally make your purchase quick and easy. And then there’s . . .

Full Auto Friday! The Silencer Shop’s offering VIP ticket holders some serious trigger time behind their full-auto, fully-suppressed Brethren Armament firearms. Oh, and the legendary H&K MP5. Buy your own SinterFire ammo (at discount prices) and giggle switch to your heart’s content.

It’s time to protect your hearing — and the hearing of your friends — from ballistic insult. And make shooting more fun. There’s no better or easier time or place to join the suppressor set than to shoot, shop and buy at The Silencer Shop’s bay at the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival.

Click here to buy your tickets today!  (Tickets to Full Auto Friday strictly limited.) Your ears will thank you.

comments

  1. avatar Lost Down South says:

    Can we PLEASE have suppressors made AOW ($5 stamp) so the market will open up and I can afford these things?

    Is that asking too much?!?!?

    1. avatar c4v3man says:

      Hear Protection Act 2016… remove Suppressors from the NFA completely.

      While eliminating the unconstitutional NFA would be the best course of action, there is no legitimate reason why you should need to register, let alone pass a background check for a suppressor. The HPA requires a background check, to make the squeamish feel better about themselves at least. Call your representatives, get this passed ASAP!

      1. avatar Anon in CT says:

        In a perfect world the NFA and all its restrictions would go away.

        In a more realistic but much better world, Silencers would require a normal NICS check like buying a long gun, SBR and SBS would just be treated like handguns, and MGs would still be regulated heavily and subject to a stamp tax but the registry would be re-opened. Hell, you could repeal the Hughes Amendment and increase the MG stamp tax 10x $2,000 and it would be a huge win.

  2. avatar stateisevil says:

    I have called my Congressmen. What more can I do to get the hearing protection act passed. Boggles my mind when I go to the gun shop and they have these things for sale and for rent and no literature about the Hearing Protection Act.

  3. avatar Joe says:

    I’d like a suppressor. But I have a really hard time justifying the $1,500+ cost of entry. The only gun I have that came suppressor-ready from the factory is my MCX, and I’d probably want to convert that to a short barreled 300 BLK. Add in the paperwork and waiting period and I’ve never been able to justify it.

    1. avatar Theo Braunohler says:

      That’s probably because your cost estimate is hilariously wrong. You can get something like a Sig SRD556 with a stamp for like $700 out the door and it’s one of the best 5.56 cans on the market.

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