If suppressors are removed from NFA, would you get some?
No, it's not for me
I would probably try out one
Yes, I would get a few
I would get a whole bunch
Comment made by Bruce on 2017-03-23 10:48:15
I think I'd wait a few until initial demand eased up, then start with one for my 22 MP5. Just got to be fun now that they will become affordable.
Comment made by Chad on 2017-03-23 15:14:03
I agree with that. I think they are interesting - I wouldn't pay the fortune they are asking for them right now, though. If they came down to an affordable level, I would probably get one for the rimfire - where it would probably make the biggest difference. They are just way too over-priced, right now, for what they do. If they are removed from the NFA there wouldn't be a tax stamp or any regulation whatsoever, and the price should be in the twenty dollar neighborhood.
But why stop there and why think small..? We should get rid of the National Firearms Act of 1934 - that would fix all this petty crap we are squabbling over right now. "..Shall Not Be Infringed." Am I right..!?!
Comment made by Terrence on 2017-03-24 16:53:11
Suppressors are legal for hunting in MICHIGAN, I would purchase one or more.
Comment made by Douglas on 2017-03-26 09:55:51
I am a Oklahoma squirrel hunter. With suppressors legalized without all the current crazy costs and requirements would be great. Would purchase a couple for my favorite 22 rifles and run sub-sonic no longer scaring the other game away.
Comment made by Carroll on 2017-03-27 10:02:09
I would not hold my breath in regards of removal of regulation. I don't think that BATF really cares how fast a person gets cleared for one. I am going to continue to purchase them because they are legal to hunt with here, and they take shooting to another level.