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SilencerCo SPEQ program expanded (temporarily) to include honorably discharged veterans


We’ve talked previously about SilencerCo’s ‘blue label’ program known as SilencerCo SPEQ that provides deep discounts to the first responder and military community. However, one group that’s not been eligible has been veterans. For the month of November, SilencerCo has opened the SPEQ program up to any honorably discharged member of the military.

This is a great opportunity to take advantage of the deep discounts of the SPEQ program, so if you’ve been on the fence, and have served in the military, this may be the option that makes it worthwhile for you to add a few cans to the

To qualify for the veterans appreciation month special, you need a copy of your DD214, listing an honorable discharge. As always, current active members of law enforcement, military, and first responder organizations are eligible year round.

If you have questions, want to understand pricing[1], or are interested in taking advantage of the program, please contact or 864.990.1252

If you’re in a state other than SC, you can find your local SilencerCo SPEQ dealer here. If there isn’t a dealer in your state, contact SilencerCo directly, and they’ll assist you in taking advantage of the special pricing.

It’s important to keep in mind that the Veterans Appreciation special ends on November 30th; so don’t delay.

[1] The SPEQ dealer agreement prohibits us from publicly publishing the price list, because of the extreme discounts that are provided.


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