Summary: A podcast conceived and birthed by SilencerCo. The number one gun suppressor company in the world.
The tragic events in Las Vegas have had a significant impact on the SHARE Act. This week on SiCo Radio, SilencerCo CEO Josh Waldron shares his thoughts on Hillary Clinton’s tweets, inaccuracies in the media, and how we can help fight for pro-second amendment bills.
On this week’s podcast, we walk through the Maxim 50 - why it’s awesome, why it’s not an NFA item or even a firearm, and why some states still won’t let you have one with SilencerCo President, Jason Schauble.
This one goes out to everyone who has ever thought that buying a silencer was difficult. This week on SiCo Radio Episode 14, we take you on a journey of enlightenment and discovery as we break down the ins and outs of silencer ownership. We sit down with SilencerCo's Compliance Department as they expertly guide us through the steps it takes to add a silencer to your arsenal whether you're buying as an individual or through a trust. If knowledge is power, then this is an episode to be reckoned with.
Brace yourselves - this week on SiCo Radio, things get weird. What do duck feet, harmonicas, and chainsaws have in common? Yeah, we told you it was weird. Find out what the heck is going on in Episode 13 as we give you a front row seat to the firearms freak show. And no episode is complete without an appearance from our dear Florida Man, who manages to lose something very important during his Fantasy Football draft.
On Episode 12 of SiCo Radio, we sit down with SilencerCo's Customer Service Manager and explanation extraordinaire, Jay Stam, to go over some best practices for maintaining your silencer. We also take a trip down memory lane to revisit some of the most (in)famous warranty situations we've seen during which SilencerCo has lived up to our promise to warranty stupid . . . once. And it wouldn't be a SiCo Radio episode without an appearance from Florida Man. This week, he's come up with a very inventive and invasive way to hide cash from the cops. You might not look at that $20 in your wallet the same way after this episode.
The Hearing Protection Act (HPA) is one of the hottest topics in the industry. On this week's podcast, we dive deep into the details with SilencerCo founder, Josh Waldron. Find out when the HPA was created, how it's evolved, and the future for this pro-gun legislation. Plus, we check in on Episode 09 to announce the winner of the audio test. Oh, and keep an ear out for Florida Man, who seems to have his own (absurd) idea of how to properly steal a car.
Episode 10 - It's a Long Shot: Part 2 continues our journey into the topic of long range shooting. Special guest and President of SilencerCo, Jason Schauble, joins us to share his military, industry, and tribal knowledge on the subject as we delve into the facts, myths, and difficulties of reaching out and touching a target. We also tackle the subject of the Sig P320; is a voluntary upgrade considered a sort of recall and what can we expect out of this situation in the future? Tune in for one of our meatiest and information-dense episodes yet.
This week, SilencerCo brings you our podcast from the road as we travel to Montana and South Dakota. For anyone who has traveled with firearms (and even more so with NFA items), you know it can become a debacle pretty quickly. In Episode 09, we reminisce on some of our most notable and notorious experiences while on the road. Some are funny . . . some, not so much. We also check in on Florida Man, who has gotten himself pretty worked up over an incident involving a hedgehog. We can't make this stuff up.
We're back with the sequel to the History of Silencers. In Part II, we discuss the many challenges that silencers have faced since their inclusion in the National Firearms Act of 1934 as well as the role that special operations units have played in bringing suppression back into the spotlight. We'll also take a look at what circumstances have helped to bring silencers back into the mainstream and what obstacles they still face today. The silencer industry has come a long way, but some of the biggest hurdles still lie ahead.
This week, SiCo Radio takes a deep dive into the history of silencers. And yes, we do mean to call it a silencer. Trust us. In Part 1, we find out that a full grown man taking a bath played a large role in the invention of our favorite firearm accessory. Curious to know more? Sit back and enjoy as we unravel the early years of suppression and how silencers became part of the National Firearms Act of 1934.
What gun gives you the best bang for your buck? Or how about which guns would you want by your side during a zombie apocalypse? We tackle these tough and oh-so-subjective topics, read your questions and comments, and more on this week's edition of SiCo Radio.
This week, SiCo Radio goes long. Really long. 3,871 yards long. In Part I, we scratch the surface of long range shooting and discuss the longest confirmed kills in recorded history in addition to some other notable shots made over the last 250 years. In the near future, Part II will go in-depth into the science of sniping as we hear from a subject matter expert, dispel myths, and see just how much more there is to know about the art of reaching out and touching a target. Hint: there's a LOT more to know.
"Harry! You’re alive! And you’re a horrible shot.” From Dumb and Dumber to Scarface, this week on SiCo Radio we talk about some of the most iconic guns in movies as well as some lesser-known models and how we might go about suppressing them. Florida Man returns with the world's worst method of circumcision, and we also find out that in bullet vs. book, the bullet wins . . . so maybe don't shoot a Desert Eagle at your boyfriend. All this and more, on Episode 04 of SiCo Radio.
This week on SiCo Radio, we head out to Austin, TX to pay a visit to one of our top dealers - Capitol Armory. Speaking of visits, Capitol Armory was kind enough to host conjugal range day visits between customers and their shiny new Maxim 9s. Joy was abounding. Later, we answer a few questions sent in by listeners and see what Florida man has gotten himself into now. Spoiler alert: it involves an airplane. - Timestamp Guide 06:09 - Capitol Armory interview. 24:32 - Listener questions. 34:54 - Florida man. 37:51 - House cleaning.
Did you know that everyone in America will be wiped out by gun violence within four days? At least, that's what a misquote and some "alternative facts" would have you believe. In this week's episode of SiCo Radio, we discuss the "93 million" statement, the role of social media, and innovation within the firearms industry. - Timestamp Guide 01:04 - Who is Colion Noir? 06:55 - How social media impacts the firearms industry. 14:01 - "We lose 93 million Americans a day to gun violence." What? 20:29 - What if you could make all guns disappear with the push of a button? Would you push it? 24:41 - How the left leverages the media to reach a large audience. 26:33 - The Philando verdict. 33:24 - Why do you need a gun for protection? 35:33 - UPS shooting. 38:15 - The Republican baseball practice shooting. 42:17 - SilencerCo talk and why innovation matters.