If he’s wise, he’ll put someone else in charge of the front office, and stick with being the creative force behind the scenes. He just recycled from Maxim. Why use your money when you can use someone else’s? Hey, I worked for Microsoft for 10 years – and I can definitively say that Bill Gates hated, “That damned paperclip.” – Clippy – just as much as the rest of us. This is Me - Control Profile. There is a good summary of how he ended up being fired from his own company after Remington (Freedom Group) took it over etc… over at Truth About Guns site. Brittingham developed The Fix for a few different reasons, including the possibility of Hillary Clinton presidential election. He was primarily responsible for taking this wildcat cartridge and getting it SAAMI approved. It will be interesting to watch. and Comments (RSS). Kevin Brittingham, 59 Milton, DE. SIG’s PR rep stated that they don’t comment on the circumstances surrounding a specific employee’s departure. I would be surprised to hear of a larger company that is light on their feet. Kevin Brittingham Opens Firearms Research Shop. Kevin Brittingham doesn’t mess around, announcing a 1 March launch of his new brand. Right before SHOT Show, we told you Kevin Brittingham planned to form a new company after recently leaving SIG SAUER. Court Records found View. The partnership ended in a rancorous lawsuit that left Kevin a wealthy man — with unrealized ambitions. I don’t know the guy, but my bet is that after two years this is the case and Brittingham got tired of waiting for his products to get to market. Gates bought DR-DOS from Digital Research and modified it because DR didn’t know what to do with it. Remington just didn’t do their homework. However, one thing he won’t change is focus. Bill Gates’ main achievements were buying someone else’s operating system and licensing it (MS-DOS), and stealing ideas for a user interface from Xerox PARC (to create Windows). With all of the company’s employees sitting around a table (it’s a small company, and a big table) Q’s HMIC, Kevin Brittingham, told them he wanted a bolt gun. In an exclusive interview with TTAG, Brittingham revealed the tensions leading to his departure from the gunmaker’s U.S. division and his plans to start an entirely new firearms company. Well that is up until the ATF announced their final 41P/F ruling, now a lot of stuff seems to have gone away. 1 Profile Search Follow. So, like any smart gun company, they prepared for that. In fact, he was amazed at the confidence, not only from investors, but also from those who’ve joined him as employees at Q. This is not the case of a top performer being constrained by a corporation. Kevin if you read this , I’m a registered nurse but have worked in mental health since 2002, I would make a great customer relations asset to your new venture. The industry needs some forward thinkers. Facility, Kevin Brittingham planned to form a new company. If he were smart he would open a small design house and license his stuff. . Were it not for entrepreneurial mavericks like Jobs, Gates and others, we’d still be using thirty year old technology at best. 94k Followers, 497 Following, 2,730 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Q (@the_official_q) That was day three at Q LLC. Q made a name for itself with products like their Trash Panda and Thunder Chicken , to just name a few. They even went so far as to give silencers to people who had an AAC logo tattooed on their bodies, a marketing campaign that was so successful that they sunk a quarter million dollars into it before it ended. For a actual PRODUCT can either call the Chicoms/PLA and send $ OR you have to be willing to get your hands dirty, able to handle details, and figure out how to with designers, engineers, toolmakers, production (IE play well with others). This isn’t Kevin Brittingham’s first trip to the rodeo and he’s already started to assemble a team of rock stars. Do you know of a quicker way to make $20 million? We have 4 records for Beth Brittingham ranging in age from 42 years old to 65 years old. Kevin Brittingham, the executive behind a wide range of innovative products produced by SIG SAUER, has left the building. Microsoft buys.”. Sufficient irrational self confidence to go all in buying lottery tickets isn’t necessarily a sign of much genius, even if one of the tickets should happen to be a winning one. Holy crap, he’s yanking the carpet from under Sig. Court Records found View. Gates did. I agree with Vhyrus, It sounds like he is a sh!tty team player. Kevin Brittingham, 50 Windsor Mill, MD. Surprised he is sharing shipping/sales numbers. Some people, like Steve Jobs, cannot work effectively in a hierarchical corporate culture. I wish Kevin well. Named simply Q, they’ll start out with just 10 employees, but it’s quite the lineup. We have more engineers than just about any AR-15 company there is, even with our small company. “They’re great for urban encroachment,” said the company’s founder, Kevin Brittingham. If they treat them right and invest in the future SIG could make some awesome stuff.”. ... Ruger, Sig, or Springfield might have a legal team and checkbook to make a larger and louder defense but a niche company like Q will not have that resource. Brittingham sold his company for nearly $18 million in a can't-beat-them, join-them (and-beat-them-from-the-inside) move. Post-SIG, Brittingham’s returning to his entrepreneurial roots. I’m not quite sure what you are talking about. Even the general counsel and head of compliance — normally roadblocks in a gun company — were a joy to work with. Kevin Brittingham: I think we’re more of an innovation company that specializes in small arms. As part of Q’s 12 and 36 month plans, Brittingham has built in incremental growth and team building as crucial to success. Now, they are competitors when they could have been partners or investors. Kevin Brittingham founded Advanced Armament Corporation in 1994 to manufacture sound suppressors, having previously been a distributor for GEMTECH, another suppressor manufacturer. In addition to a new personal home, the Q factory is just a mile from his former office at SIG. I am sure that the man is a genius in his field, but that doesn’t always translate to a good team player. They may give it lip service because their management “how-to” books in the self-help section of B&N tell them to, but they don’t get it. However, in the Winter of 2011, AAC’s founder and President Kevin Brittingham left the company. Despite this difference in approach, Brittingham’s team produced and launched SIG SAUER’s silencer line at last year’s SHOT Show. I look forward to seeing what he churns out. Like everyone else. Best of luck. and, if they didn’t see that coming, their not “managers”. Big green destroys the best things about everything it touches these days. I have a feeling that the “plays well with others” box was probably checked “Strongly Disagree” on Kevin B’s form way back in the day. It’s really more of keeping the brand true to his vision and making sure people are aware of that fact. They don’t care about you or the customer or the product, they only care about the returns. The other guy (Woz?) I can totally understanding bailing from Team Green. His new company… Whitepages people search is the most trusted directory. At this point I doubt silencers are a priority and that they will ever go into full production. It’s going to be an exciting ride, so hold on. Corporate shirts understand neither the innovative mind nor the independent thinker. ©COPYRIGHT 2020, THETRUTHABOUTGUNS.COM ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Bright ideas are a dime a dozen. Once again, Brittingham has found it difficult to work within the constraints of a larger company. Now, with Q, Kevin has put together a “dream team” of talent, including AAC and SIG veteran Ethan Lessard. Which is better than the firearms industry, where “new” refers to the latest iteration of the M1911, and “modern” describes a rifle platform from the 1960s. They’re simply wired differently than most people. Sig has a few great products that have incredible track records in LEO and military applications. He’s completely unfiltered, brilliant and cognizant. My bet is that Sig drops silencers fast. Soldier Systems Daily is in no way affiliated with the US Government. Torvalds denied this allegation and suggested that it should be Microsoft who should show their code to prove they’re not stealing from Linux. As an entrepreneur myself I get what Kevin is saying. Along with suppressors and a bolt-action rifle of their own design, Q has also developed and marketed an improved Honey Badger. I can definitely see how he felt they were wasting his time. Join Facebook to connect with Kevin Brittingham and others you may know. Others, like Bill Gates, just need to strike out on their own. Makers of the Honey Badger, The FIX, and other UNPOSSIBLY badass stuff. Kevin Brittingham founded AAC, and his success was due in part to the culture that the company cultivated. Now it’s happening, and quickly. . “We had close to ten million in back orders.” According to Brittingham, production lagged behind demand, as the company pursued other priorities. To be fair, I love my Sigs, but they’re really slow in releasing additional components of their gun families. Brittingham loves the area and has put down roots. Kevin Brittingham started a little company called Advanced Armament Corp a while back. Caleb Giddings wrote a pretty good piece on a whole bunch of gun myths that should be purged from our culture, bore axis was #2, stopping power was #1. At 42 years, Kevin Brittingham is the second oldest in the company. Not really working out all that well. This is a petulant child that can’t get along with team members at Sig (and previously Remington), so he stops showing up to work and then proceeds to tell us how successful he was. By. Looking forward to more that can’t be kept caged up under career management. On Friday, TTAG broke the news that silencer mastermind, Kevin Brittingham, plans to open his own firearms research shop called “Q”. As for Sig, maybe Kevin didn’t want to put out what are essentially a few products, but in different color schemes, and lean heavily on the reputation (and pricing) of the products that he produced in the past?…. I look forward to what Brittingham comes up with though, seems like a smart dude. Love the URL… “kevin-brittingham-leaves-sig-sauer-forms-his-own-company-with-blackjack-and-hookers”. Same story, different day. I certainly wish him the best and excited to see what he turns out. on Monday, February 29th, 2016 at 11:00 and is filed under Industry. Kevin Brittingham is on Facebook. It was Jobs, not Gates, that obtained the GUI, networking and the mouse from PARC, where it was languishing. He sold one of the guys ideas to some corp for like 2 grand or something, and then gave him like 200 and said “here’s your half.” I’m badly mangling this but that was the gist of it. The .300 AAC Blackout was created by Advanced Armament Corporation in cooperation with Remington Defense, under the direction of AAC’s Research and Development Director Robert Silvers and with the support of the company’s founder, Kevin Brittingham. Investors participating solely for the returns worked out pretty well for OSS. Now, wouldn’t that be visionary……. Everyone I worked with on a day-to-day basis was amazing. A statement is written by the company. If Brittingham has the backing to pull that off, he will succeed. “I am sure that the man is a genius in his field, but that doesn’t always translate to a good team player”. The smart thing for Sig to have done here may have been to spin off a subsidiary, and let Kevin run with it. Named simply Q, they’ll start out … He went from owning his own company that he started from the ground up, to working for corporate America. I used other peoples money again at SIG. The goal is Silencers, Accessories and Firearms by SHOT Show 2017. Kevin Brittingham, Radical CEO “I think the gun industry overall is very boring. Best of luck to Brittingham. The Q inventor who made the Honey Badger speaks on what they know from the ATF. His business inspirations aren’t gun companies but rather business giants like Amazon and Red Bull who have changed the rules. It is nice to be wealthy and be able to do that. Copyright © Soldier Systems Daily 2008-2020. The .300BLK started life as the proprietary ".300 Whisper" when Kevin was still in charge of AAC. In the article it said he only wanted control over his project, not that he wanted to run the place, which is what you seemed to imply? But they seemed to have plenty of resources to fight BATFE for the Sig Muzzle Break and the Sig Brace. DARPA works like the movie “Real Genius” sometimes they poop out some good stuff, and sometimes civilians benefit. That whole statement is confusing. Q Concepts was already taken… Or maybe they just like my name. Often times, a real visionary thinker has trouble fitting into the expectations of an employer, and become very frustrated when the realities of the working world can’t keep up with the pace of their vision. I wonder if they have lost focus chasing silencers, ammunition, optics, airguns (wtf? My oldest is entering kindergarten this year and I cant help but think of the teacher evaluation form we had to fill out. There’s Robby Johnson as overall VP, Ethan Lessard to VP of Engineering, Lindsay Bunch VP of Operations, and Jessica Gauvin as VP of Business Development. The Freedom Group put Brittingham in golden handcuffs, but Brittingham chafed under Remington’s corporate culture, to say the least. Another interesting thing is the ages of the company’s members. Remington problems I can understand, but when two separate and well established companies in a row show you the door, maybe you should rethink your strategy. Example, Sig P250 22lr X change kit about 6yrs over due! All Rights Reserved. Kevin Brittingham; Kevin Brittingham's Reputation Profile. Q is primarily self-funded by proceeds from Brittingham’s sale of AAC to Remington, but he has also brought in some investors who are reportedly participating solely for the returns. Nick can probably forward that for you, if you ask him nicely… , As in a *cough*, donation, *cough*, to his avgas fund…. But that’s a large part of what makes him successful in that field. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. He is unlike anyone I’ve ever encountered in the gun space. Both comments and pings are currently closed. As one of his closest friends has often said, “There’s a little Gemtech inside every AAC can”. I think the potential is unlimited. Well.. maybe the K baffle.. Manufacturing not so much. But even then, his concept of marketing isn’t traditional. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world more open and connected. It’s a really good read… basically has all the workings of a movie or at the very least a Dateline episode I’d be glued to. He said, “You don’t have to be somewhere for 20 years to show everyone you are deserving.”. Entries (RSS) Kevin Brittingham in fact started AAC. I have seen this in the high tech industry a lot with top performers. Kevin Brittingham doesn’t mess around, announcing a 1 March launch of his new brand. Sig silencers were announced in 2014 and are still unobtanium. Kevin started his company by stealing designs from Gemtech. He sees it as “knowing what we’re doing and giving people the right opportunities.” Although he doesn’t want to grow too fast, he knows exactly where he wants to be. Kevin’s take no prisoners style of being the best at everything he does (just go read some posts from SilencerTalk from when AAC was in their heyday, or just read about the Surefire lawsuit), is never going to play nice in a company boardroom, and you know what Freedom Group and Sig are worse off without someone like him. He would’ve made way more than $20mil had AAC stayed the course during the silencer boom the past few years. The plan: Kevin and his band would make cool stuff, positioning SIG as the go-to company for innovative firearms designs and engineering. History. The rapid prototyping to manufacturing technology today means that designs should go from idea-design-testing-production in months not years. We use cookies on this site to enhance the experience. I don’t think a guy like that could be happy unless having the control he feel he needs to execute the vision. Well, maybe it’s because of the way they tend to throw their money around in pursuit of their political beliefs (lest we forget Billy’s generous contribution to Washington’s I-594 referendum). He left the companies on his own, wasn’t fired. The OG Honey Badger was developed at AAC by previous owner and Q Founder, Kevin Brittingham and his R&D team at the request of an elite US special operations group looking to replace their MP5-SD’s with an upgraded platform. This entry was posted Right before SHOT Show, we told you Kevin Brittingham planned to form a new company after recently leaving SIG SAUER. “He hasn’t set foot in the office in months.” Kevin admitted to TTAG that he hasn’t been physically present for some time, but claimed he’d continued to contribute from his home in Georgia and elsewhere. Brittingham sees his own role at Q as recruiting, steering the boat, funding and to a certain degree, marketing. For silencer buyers, that will be a Martha Stewart ‘Good Thing’. Silencershop had QD and direct thread versions of the 556 and 762 rifle cans in stock and at pretty reasonable prices vs MSRP. While it’s a small company and people are going to be wearing a lot of hats, ambitions are high. Kevin Brittingham Account Executive at Mount Royal Printing Company, Inc Baltimore, Maryland Area 500+ connections “Just vaporwares competitors out of the market”. Lawsuits, Liens or Bankruptcies found on Kevin's Background Report Criminal or Civil Court records found on Kevin's Family, Friends, Neighbors, or Classmates View Details. Anything innovative coming out of Microsoft since then was someone else’s idea. I tried it with Remington and I tried with a different scenario with SIG — it all ended the same way.”, Brittingham tells TTAG that his new venture has “tens of millions of dollars” behind it, including some of his own cash. Why did AAC sell in the first place? “Silencers turn shooting more into golf.” Advanced Armaments was small but … Kevin Brittingham started Advanced Armament Corporation when he was 19 years old. I love all the new monocore milled baffles that are nothing more than fancy fender washers “fused” into one piece. “The average worker at SIG is smarter than anyone else in the industry. Roughly two years ago, Kevin signed on with SIG SAUER, bringing a team of heavy hitters with him (e.g., Ethan Lessard, Robbie Johnson, Jason Imhoff, Lindsay Bunch, John Hollister and many more). I think we are going to see good things from this new company. To generate sales, the concept is initially to concentrate on government customers and then work toward commercial sales of those products. . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. While that didn’t come to fruition, they now had a gun they could sell in California, which is a huge market for any company with a compliant product. So while neither Gates not Jobs originated the products that made them billionaires, they did something even better — they were great businessmen. What investor isn’t in it for returns? Again, that isn’t a bad thing. He was with them a year, pretty much brough AAC 2.0 designs with him, they made like three models out of twelve. “I started AAC with nothing” he said, “this time I have millions of dollars behind me.”, Despite his exit from SIG, Brittingham has some kind words for his ex-employer. He’s not worthy to be mentioned in the same paragraph with the likes of Jobs or Stoner. Sounds like he left SIG because they weren’t bothering to manufacture his products–even those on backorder. . Yep. It has to be light and it has to be cool, he said. Having been in the NFA game for quite a long time, Kevin Brittingham formed Q with many notches of experience on his belt that has helped a relatively newer company soar to our top selling list. Kevin Brittingham started Advanced Armament Corporation when he was 19 years old. “I offered the last two years to work for a dollar a year if I had control of my [projects],” Kevin said. Either that or the Q from Star Trek! there is no torture or punishment too cruel for whomever brought “Clippy” into existence. Thats generally how being a lot smarter than just about everyone else in the room is usually received. If you want cookie cutter, you've come to the wrong place. I’ll do it again with millions yet my employees and suppliers will get screwed again. The whole story is laid bare in court documents you can find online. Kevin Brittingham, the executive behind a wide range of innovative products produced by SIG SAUER, has left the building. I do not know the specifics, but this does not surprise me. That’s the entire issue. In 2009, The Freedom Group (now Remington Outdoor) purchased AAC to capitalize on the company’s industry leading products and commercial success. This is no small task, and is the reason why it is now a ridiculously successful cartridge by all standards. Kevin Brittingham Speaks on the Honey Badger. I raked it in when remington bought us. In the more than two decades that have passed, he has helped to influence the silencer, ammunition and firearms industries in dramatic fashion. Let’s just see how a new company comes in to immediately snag a military contract I guess? In the more than two decades that have passed, he has helped to influence the silencer, ammunition and firearms industries in dramatic fashion. were scrounging for work. 3 Profile Searches Follow. Kevin Brittingham. Whenever a new suppressor manufacturer joins the ranks of our impressive list, we at Silencer Shop are always busting at the seams. Kevin speak… I used other peoples money and ideas to start and run AAC. I spoke with Kevin on the phone. was the inventor. Visionaries can be an invaluable asset to an organization, but they should very rarely be left to run the place. Public Figure. Half of the employees are degreed engineers, which is extremely unusual in the firearms industry…unheard of I would say. And we need more 40MM / 37MM offerings. Product ideas… the shin bone and the mowel muff……. In an exclusive interview with TTAG, Brittingham revealed the tensions leading to his departure from the gunmaker’s U.S. division and his plans to start an entirely new firearms company. Beth has been found in 7 cities including Woodstock, Germantown, Derwood, Denton, Delmar, and 2 others. If I could describe Q in one word it would be ambitious, but it’s not as if he’s starting from scratch. The common thread at both companies is Kevin. We’ve shipped three of twelve silencers we developed.”. We reached out to SIG SAUER for a statement about Brittingham leaving the company. I was scheming to pick up a an SRD556Ti along with an MCX 10.5 to either pin/weld or SBR. Stealing from Gemtech? No milti-million dollar lawsuit to be had with SIG, so time to pack up, and leave. I think it’s ironic that great businessmen are so hated in America, while brilliant failures like Nikola Tesla are so adored. It makes me wonder why Americans are so jealous of success, but it does explain the popularity of Bernie Sanders. The .300 AAC Blackout was created by Advanced Armament Corporation in cooperation with Remington Defense, under the direction of AAC’s Research and Development Director Robert Silvers and with the support of the company’s founder, Kevin Brittingham. Development is fun. Look forward to seeing where he goes with this. We’ve been following this cartridge’s progress closely, but this recent video provides anyone interested with a great status update. View phone numbers, addresses, public records, background check reports and possible arrest records for Kevin Brittingham. Brittingham began his rise to the top of the U.S. firearms industry as the original founder of silencer maker Advanced Armament Corp. Named simply Q, they’ll start out with just 10 employees, but it’s quite the lineup. So we can finally reject that design and do an alloy framed, hammer fired, DA/SA. 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