A better way to peace and quiet

ATI1911-22 with an AAC Pilot suppressor shown. Walther P22, M&P22 and 1911-22 all use the same threaded adapter for mounting suppressors.

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4 Responses to A better way to peace and quiet

  1. Old NFO says:

    Reminds me, I really need to check on the status of my supressor when I get home.

  2. Robb Allen says:

    Legal? Sort of. If you fill out the right forms, cross every ‘t’ and dot every ‘i’ perfectly, beg for permission, wait 6 months for permission, get fingerprinted and then pay hundreds upon hundreds of dollars for what really should be a disposable, $20 part.

    Even then, if you don’t have the correct trust put together, your significant other becomes a felon simply because he or she can access the safe.

    Legal yes, but effectively the gov’t has taken what should be a safety device that is provided with every firearm and made it so fraught with peril to own that many people, like myself, simply don’t do it.

    That needs to change.

  3. LarryArnold says:

    My county sheriff, for some reason, has no problem with full auto, but won’t sign off on a “silencer.” And we’re in a major game ranch area. And he knows we can bypass him with a trust. [sigh]

  4. LarryArnold says:

    Sound suppressors are required in all 50 states, when they’re attached to a motor vehicle.

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