Silencer Central has debuted a new website and logo. The redesigned site further streamlines the buying experience and provides more versatile tools for suppressor education and enhanced customer service.
“As Silencer Central continues to grow, its tools have to grow and evolve, too,” said Brandon Maddox, CEO of Silencer Central. “Our new site will be far more efficient for customers who want to shop online. We’ve refined our educational resources, enhanced our customer service capabilities, and crafted a secure on-line sales tool that will further streamline Silencer Central’s sales process.”
The new website provides an easy-to-use sales platform for initiating suppressor purchases. Customers looking for more information will also find that the revamped site’s educational library’s numerous articles provide clarity for a variety of frequently asked questions on topics that range from current political events to the debates about material composition, user-serviceable designs and much more. In addition, new customer service tools provide enhanced connectivity for enthusiasts looking for guidance during and after their purchasing process.
“Silencer Central is proud to debut a new logo—one that captures the current spirit of expansion,” said Jennifer Tuttle, director of marketing at Silencer Central. “This new iconic design represents Silencer Central’s commitment to its position as the nation’s leading retailer of suppressors. We are committed to providing the best sales and customer service experience in the industry.”
The company delivers suppressors directly to customers in the 42 states where they are legal. The shipping process is just one way Silencer Central has revolutionized the way they can be purchased. The new site further streamlines the experience by educating enthusiasts and eliminating unnecessary hurdles.
Interest in suppressors and the number of owners has grown dramatically in the past few years. BATFE’s annual “Firearm’s in the United States Annual Statistical Update 2019” reported the number of suppressors in the United States as of a May 2019 at 1,750,433. By April 2020, according to the Bureau, that number had already grown by more a quarter million—to 2,042,719.