Silencer Central Announces Direct-to-Consumer Shipping

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posted on January 20, 2021
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Silencer Central can now deliver suppressors directly to customers in the 42 states where they are legal. The recently added service provides an all-new facet to the company’s already streamlined system.

“We run a highly regulated business,” said Brandon Maddox, CEO of Silencer Central. “We have to do everything by the book—100 percent. We’ve pioneered a system that allows Silencer Central to be the pinnacle of service for our customers. We handle every step of the process, from paperwork to barrel threading to the final delivery of your silencer—straight to your front door. The process has never been more efficient.”

American Rifleman’s Kelly Young did an in-depth story on Silencer Central and its services in September, concluding, “Silencer Central has done the suppressor owners of the world a huge service. By taking stewardship of the paperwork, streamlining the fingerprinting, photography and law enforcement notification requirements, and supplying every single customer with a free gun trust, the company has simplified ATF’s convoluted NFA process to the point of making it a complete non-issue for qualified, prospective buyers. And, if you’re unhappy with your purchase in any way, the company will buy it back from you.”

In the early days, South Dakota-based Silencer Central focused on direct sales at trade shows. As its reputation grew, the company sought a way to expedite silencer sales. Now with a customer base that spans across the country, prospective buyers can call in directly or buy online at SilencerCentral.com.

Once the order is placed, Silencer Central e-mails the customer forms and instructions for their completion. This simple process is completed with a digital signature. After the paperwork is complete, the company sends them an e-mail with a copy of their paperwork and free NFA Gun Trust.

When the approved tax stamp comes back to Silencer Central, customers are sent a text and e-mail with steps to arrange for delivery. The company can then deliver suppressors directly to customers in 42 states.

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