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ASA-F Hosts Inaugural Silent Night Fundraiser Banquet

AUSTIN, TX – The American Suppressor Association Foundation (ASA-F) is thrilled to announce the inaugural Silent Night Banquet. Taking place at the Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin, Texas on Thursday, November 30th, the Silent Night Banquet will include an open bar, a delicious dinner, a silent auction, a live auction, a raffle, and a keynote address from Captain Chad Fleming from Team Never Quit. In addition, every table package sold will come with the buyer’s choice of amazing products, including the best suppressors, rifles, pistols, shotguns, and optics.  

As the 501c3 wing of the American Suppressor Association, the ASA Foundation is leading the charge through active litigation to make suppressors legal in all 50 states. ASA-F has already filed Anderson v. Raoul in partnership with Silencer Shop, challenging the constitutionality of the suppressor ban in Illinois. The Silent Night Banquet will help ASA-F raise essential funds to continue the litigation in Illinois and file lawsuits in other states like California and New Jersey. If successful, suppressors will become legal in all 50 states for the first time in over 100 years 

“Help us reach our goal of raising $250,000 for the ASA Foundation by buying a ticket or a table today,” said Knox Williams, Executive Director of ASA. “Not only will your purchase help fund our pro-suppressor lawsuits and educational initiatives, at the Banquet you’ll have access to an open bar, a delicious dinner, a silent auction, a live auction, and a raffle filled with products and experiences you simply can’t buy.”

To help support ASA-F’s fight for your constitutionally protected right to own and use a suppressor, visit to purchase a ticket or table for the Silent Night Banquet.


The American Suppressor Association Foundation (ASA-F) is a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit organization.  Formed to educate the public on the realities and merits of suppressors, ASA-F stands at the forefront of pro-suppressor Constitutional litigation.

The ability of the American Suppressor Association Foundation to educate and litigate for your Constitutional rights is tied directly to our ability to fundraise For more information on how you can help, visit


Captain Chad Fleming was wounded in combat on three separate occasions, undergoing 23 surgeries, one of which resulted in the amputation of his left leg below the knee.  This level of injury is devastating, resulting in the end of military service for an overwhelming majority of soldiers.  However, Capt. Fleming re-deployed 5 times after his injuries, not only reengaging in the fight for American principles and values but serving as an inspiration to his fellow soldiers  

After serving with distinction and receiving numerous awards and decorations, including the Meritorious Service Medal, (2) Bronze Star Medal with Valor, (3) Purple Heart Medal, and the Army Commendation Medal with Valor, Capt. Fleming retired from active duty and continued to deploy in support of the United States for another 12 years.

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