Trent Warncke is the
President and Owner of Inverse Technology as well as an avid shooter and
collector of military small arms. His
background and education have provided him the opportunity to serve the
firearms field as both an historical authority in military small arms, and also
as a technical expert in their operation and design.
While his personal interest in small arms goes
back nearly twenty years,
professional career was first initiated with the awarding of a Mechanical
Engineering degree from the Virginia Military Institute. Upon graduation he served as an officer in
the United States Marine Corp as a Combat Engineer where he was trained as an
Officer specializing in mine field emplacement and explosive demolition.
After his service, he took the position of
Design Engineer for Knight’s Armament Company (KAC) in
. Here he worked on a variety of designs
projects. These included suppressor/silencer development and various testing projects for the
military. In addition, while at KAC,
with Uziel Gal, the designer of the Uzi Submachine Gun on an undisclosed
project. As a result of these projects,
in cutting edge 3D Modeling CAD program.
his project management skills and understanding of military contracting from
his experiences while working for Armor Holdings as a Program Manager for many
vehicle armament programs to include the, M1114 Up-Armored HMMWV, HArD-Kit, and
the CROWS Weapon system.
In 2005 he founded Inverse Engineering to service the
firearms field with the finest design services available.
Inverse Engineering’s projects have included
optical mounts, suppressor/silencer designs, and many other firearm
’s dedication and in depth knowledge of
both the civilian and military firearms fields has made him a great and trusted
resource for many different companies and agencies.