SWR

SilencerCo Weapons Research (SWR), created with the intent of making hunting and shooting technologies accessible to everyone.

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – September 10, 2015 – Continuing in their innovative and roguish nature, SilencerCo has once again thrown the gauntlet in a big way – by forming their own technological skunkworks outfit, SilencerCo Weapons Research.

Located in Austin, TX, SilencerCo Weapons Research, or SWR for short, is based around bringing technology within reach of the Everyman. For too long, technological advances surrounding the shooting industry have been priced out of the attainable range of most citizens, kept a secret, or the public has simply been told that they can’t have them. SWR not only believes that you deserve better – they plan to show it.

SWR will use their expertise in the various arenas of the industry to design their own technology geared toward cutting-edge solutions for the discerning sportsman. The initial product offering will be announced in mid-September, with a steady pipeline of products to follow. Consumers can anticipate products that will enhance the shooting experience and bring into civilian reach capabilities that were formerly only available to government end users.

SilencerCo continues to keep the industry on their toes and test the line of what is considered possible. SWR represents the purest form of that effort, venturing into an uncharted territory with the goal of bringing the best within reach.

Be the first to know how SWR will take you Beyond Human by visiting beyondhuman.com and signing up to be the first to receive product information and special SWR subscriber content. The inaugural SilencerCo Weapons Research product will be announced in less than a week, and by signing up at www.beyondhuman.com, you will have access to exclusive, behind-the-scenes information from our launch event in Key West, FL.


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