Silencer Central and Hannah Barron have some things in common, most notably their dedication to breaking the social stigma that still surrounds so many aspects of the shooting sports. Barron has been an advocate for women in the outdoors all her life, but she first came to America’s attention back in 2016 when she had a video of herself “noodling” go viral on social media.
If the word “noodling” got your attention, that’s because nothing is quite as attention-grabbing as getting the attention of a catfish by grabbing its throat. With, er, your bare hands. That video launched her into stardom, and these days she reaches millions of people through her media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok. That means have watched as she hunts, shoots and noodles. Every time someone watches a Hannah Barron video, that someone sees a friendly, relatable woman enjoying guns and hunting. It shatters myths about women in the outdoors.
Nobody knows better than Silencer Central that breaking the cultural stigma around silencers—also known as suppressors—is important. An exceptional tool for sound elimination and recoil reduction, suppressors are legal to own in 42 states (and Silencer Central, naturally, delivers to all of them). The company recently launched a new ambassador partnership program to help get the word out, and feels Hannah is a natural choice for the team.
“Hannah is an exceptional voice for women in the outdoors,” said Brandon Maddox, CEO of Silencer Central. “Not only that, but she is a strong Second Amendment advocate and embodies the mentality needed when embracing challenges of being a woman in the outdoor industry. Her successful social media platforms are exciting, and her voice will reach many as a Silencer Central ambassador.”