The Future of Suppression Technology
Mad Minute "Active" technology converts explosive energy of a fired round
into mechanical energy within the suppressor.
Mad Minute suppressors offer a leap in performance, employing advanced technology and innovative design. Our focus is on first responders, operators, and warfighters. Our mission is to deliver the best suppressors available, capable of enhancing operator effectiveness and safety, reducing shooter detection, and maximizing lifecycle value.
We suppress more than what you hear. While our competitors focus on one or two performance characteristics, we suppress all key parameters: sound, flash, heat, pressure, recoil, gas and particulates — all in affordable, mission-tailorable configurations.
- Superior Multi-Signature Suppression
- Reduced Point of Impact Shift
- Increased Accuracy
- Field Serviceable and Maintainable
- Mission Configurable to Tailor Suppression Levels and Mobility
- Multiple Calibers – One Suppressor
- Unsurpassed Sustainability and Value
How We Compare
Enhanced durability and reliability with advanced design, materials, and coatings
Unsurpassed sustainability with the ability of the operator to disassemble, clean, and replace individual components
Tailorable/configurable to meet the suppression and mobility requirements of any mission, weapon, and ammunition
Enhanced accuracy and weapon operations under even the most extreme conditions with advanced gas management
Configurability enables one system to satisfy multiple missions, substantially reducing acquisition costs
Modularity enables unparalleled sustainability and reduced lifecycle/ownership costs
Mad Minute Background
Mad Minute was born from the intensely personal experiences of a former special operator and his brothers in their fight to protect our freedom and liberty. From their experiences across the world, in operations of every kind, emerged a technology that enables them to deliver lethal force without being heard or seen. Forged in the crucible of war, Mad Minute suppressors enable our warfighters and first responders to control the first moments of any engagement, to strike at a time and place of their choice, and to remain in control until the desired outcome has been secured.
Mad Minute Suppressors – Advanced, Innovative Design.
Mad Minute Leadership
Robert Dorne, Chief Technology Officer and Inventor
Rob is a former special operator having served our nation in operations with names, and in locations around the world, only his brothers would recognize. He is a firearms expert.
James R. May (Bubba), Internal Controls Officer
Bubba is a former U.S. Air Force Officer. In his most recent position, he served as the Operations Officer, 1st Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, Air Force Special Operations Command, in which he was responsible for ensuring readiness of the unit’s MC-130P Combat Shadows and AC-130U Gunships (Big Spooky) supporting operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Brenda Dorne, President
Brenda has led multiple companies and executed multiple Department of Defense and Defense Industry contracts that have focused on operationalizing advanced technologies in support of our warfighters. In doing so, she has deployed to Afghanistan, collaborated with university researchers, promoted our Defense industrial base, and served with service members of all ranks and all branches of our military. For over 20 years, Brenda has been a defense industry leader serving our military community with innovative, state-of-the-art training and visualization techniques, enhanced communications and messaging, and ground-breaking materiel solutions.
John Johns, CEO
With 35 years of experience working in Defense and Aerospace, John has served in executive positions with the Army, Navy, the Office of Secretary of Defense, and in overseas assignments in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has led projects and programs that span the weapon system lifecycle from research and development, engineering, and acquisition management, to logistics, sustainment and readiness. In his last position with the U.S. Government, he served 7 years as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Maintenance in which he was responsible for oversight of an annual operating budget of approximately $80 billion in support of the maintenance of all U.S. weapon systems from aircraft carriers to small arms. And most recently, with Northrop Grumman Technology Services, as Director of Strategy and Global Relations, he enabled corporate capability development, growth, and profitability across a full spectrum of Defense, Civil, and International programs.
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