The din among critics is already deafening, but if a measure introduced this week passes, suppressors will be removed from the list of National Firearms Act of 1934.
If you drive a '73 Plymouth Fury III down Main Street after dropping the back half of its exhaust system, you likely will get a ticket.
SilencerCo recently introduced a modular suppressor, the Omega 36M. Built around a two-piece modular design, the Omega 36M can be used in full-length and shorter-length configurations, and can handle up to .338 Lapua for rifles and 9 mm for handguns.
This high quality small caliber suppressor is rated for hot rounds like the .22 Magnum and FN 5.7x28 mm.
For the millions of shooters who have engaged in shooting activities without proper ear protection (even a single exposure to recreational shooting can inflict hearing damage), being exposed to the decibel levels produced by firearms—over 140—has permanently damaged their hearing...