LAWRENCEVILLE, GA – The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Dead Air Armament™ through the addition of an ASA Donation option to the Dead Air webstore. The platform, which helps raise funds for ASA’s pro-suppressor advocacy, gives Dead Air customers the opportunity to add a voluntary donation to ASA during the checkout process.

“We’re really thrilled to be part of the ASA, and we hope that our involvement can contribute to the ASA’s future initiatives,” said Mike Pappas, Founder of Dead Air.

As a small non-profit, the American Suppressor Association relies on grassroots support to operate. By adding customer contributions to their webstore, Dead Air has created a new revenue stream for ASA that goes directly towards their nationwide efforts to advance pro-suppressor reform.

“Our ability to advocate is directly tied to our ability to raise funds,” said Knox Williams, President and Executive Director of ASA. “The money raised through these donations helps keep us on the road, fighting for pro-suppressor advocacy across the country. We are excited for the opportunity to partner with Dead Air, and thankful for the support from consumers who are graciously donating their hard-earned cash to help fund our work. We will continue to ensure that every penny raised is put to good use!”


Dead Air Armament™ is a division of Sound Moderation Technologies®, a North Carolina company designing, patenting, and marketing the next generation in sound suppressor systems for civilian sportsmen, law enforcement, security and the military. Dead Air products are manufactured and distributed by BPI Outdoors. Visit them online at


The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is the unified voice of the suppressor community. We exist for one reason and one reason only: to fight for pro-suppressor reform nationwide.

The ability of the American Suppressor Association to fight for pro-suppressor reform is tied directly to our ability to fundraise. Since the ASA’s formation in 2011, 3 states have legalized suppressor ownership and 18 states have legalized suppressor hunting. Much of this would not have happened without your support. For more information on how you can join us in the fight to help protect and expand your right to own and use suppressors, visit