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 Post subject: Fed bill to remove suppressors from NFA
PostPosted: Sat Jan 14, 2017 3:58 am 
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There was the old thread in this direction, but here is the latest attempt.

Who knows, maybe with R's across the board, it'll pass. Or show R's aRen't any different than D's

The hearing protection act, as it's called:

http://www.guns.com/2017/01/10/hearing- ... -congress/


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 Post subject: Re: Fed bill to remove suppressors from NFA
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 12:27 pm 
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There was the old thread in this direction, but here is the latest attempt.

Who knows, maybe with R's across the board, it'll pass. Or show R's aRen't any different than D's

The hearing protection act, as it's called:

http://www.guns.com/2017/01/10/hearing- ... -congress/

I'll have to give the bill a read through. I hope it includes some provision to de-criminalize hearing protection in states like Delaware.

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 Post subject: Re: Fed bill to remove suppressors from NFA
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 7:59 pm 
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Owen wrote:
pick_six wrote:
There was the old thread in this direction, but here is the latest attempt.

Who knows, maybe with R's across the board, it'll pass. Or show R's aRen't any different than D's

The hearing protection act, as it's called:

http://www.guns.com/2017/01/10/hearing- ... -congress/

I'll have to give the bill a read through. I hope it includes some provision to de-criminalize hearing protection in states like Delaware.

It does not. There is a provision to preempt extra registration, engraving, and I think taxes, but it does not preempt complete prohibition. I believe this was a necessary tradeoff to reduce opposition to the bill. We need to work on our prohibition within our own legislature / courts.

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 Post subject: Re: Fed bill to remove suppressors from NFA
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It does not. There is a provision to preempt extra registration, engraving, and I think taxes, but it does not preempt complete prohibition. I believe this was a necessary tradeoff to reduce opposition to the bill. We need to work on our prohibition within our own legislature / courts.


A law suit maybe is in order once it passes and we get some better SCOTUS judges. We need to go back to the idea that we are not limited to anything in common use by LEO or military. Supresors are almost standard issue now.

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 Post subject: Re: Fed bill to remove suppressors from NFA
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One other recent article noted that a D in Illinois introduced a bill to allow suppressor for hunting.

A rock solid D state like IL introducing such a bill may get things moving in a place DE!

A little hope for you guys.


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 Post subject: Re: Fed bill to remove suppressors from NFA
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Aim higher, repeal the NFA:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/repeal-nfa


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Signed.

But here is something interesting - verizon blocks the verification email but outlook (hotmail) didn't. Something fishy going on with verizon. I tested with a few others (Huges amendment) and those went through to verizon. I wonder what key words they are using to filter my email, hmm?

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 Post subject: Re: Fed bill to remove suppressors from NFA
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another died in the wool, blue state putting suppressors on the menu! it may not pass, but the bill is there.

hawaii.

they're as blue as it gets! senate =100%d house 80++%d.

there doing some other stuff which is heavily a2a in nature.


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