A few weeks ago, we were introduced to the first production shotgun silencer. Now, Silencer Co is going full 'Mad Max' to advertise it drone-hunter style

Honestly, in the last thirty years or so, there hasn't been a lot of change in suppressor technology.

Reintroducing the integrally suppressed barrels - been around since WWII...

Styling them up with fancy finishes and engraving - welcome to Vietnam circa 1968...

Even now, with Silencer Co's new Salvo 12 suppressor, the only thing 'new' about it is the mass production potential... though I will admit, their trademark box design was a stunner when they released the Osprey.

That ugly boxy design, through the shear brilliance of SC's engineers, does one heck of a job lowering your shot report.

I'll never forget the first time I pulled the trigger on an SC Osprey suppressed 1911... It was the quietest centerfire gun I've ever shot. I'd almost go as far as to say the quietest gun, but my little AAC-10-22... but it just wouldn't be logical without doing the science.

Either way, with Oklahoma now being a suppressed-hunt friendly state, I'm going to keep an eye out for one of these.