Silent Legion Unveils High-Performance Suppressors

Silent Legion announces the unveiling of a full line of unique, high-performance suppressors. Silent Legion is a veteran-owned business dedicated to premium suppressors that exceed the performance demands of uncompromising shooters. With suppressor ownership now legal in 42 states including Alabama, the popularity and demand for high-quality suppressors has never been greater.

Silent Legion offers several innovative options, and goes the extra mile by including all of the accessories and tools that you need as part of your suppressor purchase. The Multi-Cal system, which comes complete with everything needed to shoot suppressed on a 5.56mm, 300 BLK or a 7.62 NATO firearm, provides the option of either direct-thread or quick-detach mounts. In addition, there are several other quick-detach and direct-thread suppressor models for everything from rimfire to .338 Lapua Magnum, some with the suppressor retention system and others with removable cores. Silent Legion also offers several handgun suppressors that are slim, lightweight and offer amazing sound reduction.

“Silent Legion is based on some rock-solid principles,” said Ed Schoppman, the founder of the company. “We have a no-compromise attitude in both our products and our personal integrity, which means that our word is your guarantee. We are committed to advancing the cause of making suppressors mainstream and more available to law-abiding citizens everywhere.”

The Silent Legion suppressor line is manufactured at a state-of-the-art, 25,000 sq. ft., ISO 9001-certified facility owned by the highly accomplished suppressor pioneer Greg Latka. The factory is ISO 9001 certified, which is a rarity in the suppressor industry. “Greg has been manufacturing suppressors since 1985 with an unwavering focus on manufacturing consistency and quality control making this facility an ideal location for the production of Silent Legion suppressors,” stated Schoppman.

For more information regarding Silent Legion visit www.silentlegion.com or visit Silent Legion on Facebook.

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