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KGM Technologies Secures Licensing and Production Agreement for Fischer Development Suppressors

Peachtree Corners, GA, January 18, 2024 – KGM Technologies, a leading manufacturer of firearms suppressors, is thrilled to announce a strategic licensing and production agreement with Fischer Development for their cutting-edge suppressors. This collaboration allows KGM’s expertise in manufacturing to bring Fischer Development’s innovative products to the US market.

Kyle Grob, Founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for KGM Technologies, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “We are excited to join forces with Fischer Development to bring their state-of-the-art suppressors to a broader audience. This collaboration underscores our commitment to providing the latest advancements in firearm technology to our customers.”

The process of initiating production of Fischer Development suppressors under the KGM brand is already in progress, with a targeted production-ready status expected by summer 2024, if not sooner. Fischer Development will also be rebranded as FD Suppressors as an evolutionary step of the company.

“We believe that this licensing and production agreement will offer a unique capability for firearm enthusiasts and professionals alike. The Fischer Development suppressors have brought intrigue to consumers and end-users alike, and we are proud to be at the forefront of introducing these products to the market,” added Kyle Grob.

Visit the KGM Technologies booth at SHOT Show, Booth 74320.

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4 Responses to “KGM Technologies Secures Licensing and Production Agreement for Fischer Development Suppressors”

  1. Chuck says:

    Whoa this thing definitely doesn’t just hook up to the dust cover right?How does it fasten for alignment?

    • Mike says:

      It locks onto the accessory rail and fits over the barrel. No mods to gun, no booster. The suppressor only slides about 1/8″ over the barrel and since the barrel moves rearward slightly before tilting, it’s clear of the suppressor by the time it starts to tilt. I’m sure there’s a noticeable loss in performance over a traditional design but my calculations show a 75% increase in volume over a 1.375″ diameter tube of the same length.

  2. Paul says:

    Mom, can we have SILENCERCO MAXIM 9?
    No, we have SILENCERCO MAXIM 9 at home.
    The SILENCERCO MAXIM 9 at home.

  3. Patrick Sweeney says:

    I agree, that seems like a lot of weight to be hanging off of a polymer pic rail.