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SilencerCo Won Best Booth Award At SHOT Show 2015

SilencerCo Given Coveted Award for Best Booth at SHOT Show 2015

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WEST VALLEY CITY, UTAH – Feb. 2, 2015 – SilencerCo, the industry leader in silencers and accessories, was awarded Best Booth at SHOT Show 2015 by prominent firearms marketing agency Primer Strategy. SHOT (Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade) Show is the firearms industry’s largest annual tradeshow, bringing nearly 70,000 people to Las Vegas each January.

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The accolade was given to recognize SilencerCo’s enclosed art gallery-style installation, which used 10 striking gallery wrapped portraits and more than 20 silenced firearms to kick off a yearlong protest theme – #FightTheNoise. The attention to detail employed the use of pasted playbills and posters affixed to an exposed brick façade – all to illustrate the gritty, street-worn feel made iconic by many of the most successful social movements of the past century.

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“While walking the SHOW Show floor we noticed a sea of repetition and lack of evolution from year to year – the same booths, same looks and same ideas,” said Katie Perrine, president of Primer Strategy. “Then we saw SilencerCo’s design and had to stop for a closer look. It really embodied what Primer sees as the new direction of the firearms industry – strong, creative, unconventional designs without fear of breaking traditions.”

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“Hopefully manufacturers in the upcoming years will enter the ‘race’ for the best design at SHOT,” added Primer’s creative director, Benjamin Forde, whose past accomplishments include art direction for FX’s Sons of Anarchy and HBO’s Generation Kill and The Pacific.

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#FightTheNoise – SilencerCo’s grass-roots campaign for gun owners to demand quieter firearms and fewer federal and state regulations on firearm silencers – will continue to be a major platform for mobilizing the public throughout 2015.

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“SilencerCo has always been an advocacy leader in our space, and with silencers growing faster than any other segment of the firearms industry, we thought it was time to get consumers involved in change for the better,” said SilencerCo CEO Josh Waldron. “Silencer owners can expect calls to action throughout the year, supporting the deregulation of silencer purchase and ownership, as well as their use in hunting applications.”

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For more information on SilencerCo’s products or vision, or to join the #FightTheNoise movement, visit www.silencerco.com.

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15 Responses to “SilencerCo Won Best Booth Award At SHOT Show 2015”

  1. Francis says:

    Guns don’t have to be loud. But they should be.

    • Jeremy says:

      Said no one intelligent ever.

    • Joe says:

      to that point, the statement is, in my opinion, simply stating that if you don’t want a noisy gun, you don’t have to have one, but in many places it is not allowed to quiet them. Case in point The Democratic Republic of Chicago (Illinois). Noise doesn’t add effectiveness. It does however make a statement. If your goal is to make a statement, then yes it should be loud. If you plan to use guns for anything practical, the noise is optional. Again, that’s merely my opinion.

  2. Terry says:

    The 5th photo makes it look like there is a shotgun with an underbarrel shotgun.

  3. .308 says:

    I didn’t like it at all.. unwelcoming and pretentious.

  4. maresdesign says:

    I like to view the products as I walk the isles. It did appear unwelcoming.

  5. Derek says:

    Too many hoops and red tape, forms etc etc to get a silencer now, absolute bullshit. Hopefully one day this will change.

  6. Haji says:

    From this it appears that all they make is the Anton Sheghur signature model shotgun suppressor. The best booths at SHOT showed off existing product, highlighted new product, and didn’t make you wonder if they were there to show you stuff or not.

    Clever booth design if the design was all there was.

  7. Rambo says:

    This booth was great, a created its own enviroment in the sea info overload.
    If you go to the show and don’t know who Silencerco is maybe your in the wrong show. And if you are at the right show you go there in engage companies……you always have to question and engage. this was a departure for the same old flea market approach.