SilencerCo Announces $20K 'Conquest Kit' With Limited Run

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posted on June 24, 2014
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Utah-based firearm silencer company SilencerCo began last week to take orders of what they're calling "the greatest SilencerCo offer ever extended"—everything that they make in a custom hard case with unique serial numbers.

The Conquest Kit, as it has been dubbed, presents an opportunity to join a select class of customers. The kit contains every silencer (14) and accessory (47) the company makes within a laser-cut foam lined Pelican case with a SilencerCo logo. Benefits of the big-ticket collection are many, including one-on-one coaching from a SilencerCo employee upon receipt, the ability to choose custom serial numbers, and early access to future new products by joining the SilencerCo inner circle.

"We built the Conquest Kit because customers and dealers at live fire demos asked about having every silencer and accessory we make in one place—like our sales reps have," noted Joshua Waldron, SilencerCo's CEO. "We made the kit even better by putting it all in an awesome case, adding in the custom serial number option, and even including individual training after receipt."

As part of this limited-time offer, SilencerCo is sweetening the deal by offering to pay the tax and transfer of each silencer, as required for all regulated NFA items by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BAFTE). This alone could save the customer over $3,500.

In its relatively short history, SilencerCo has elicited intense loyalty from an expanding customer base by regularly releasing innovative products of top-tier quality. Purchasing the Conquest Kit will guarantee advance notice and first-chance buys on any future releases of this nature.

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