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The title kind of says it. If the Hearing Protection Act passes and silencers are now Title I, so you can buy them with a simple background check, a 4473, and out the door, would your acquisitions be any different? If so, how?
I thought I'd pass along this video for those that might find it interesting. It covers a variant of the British Welrod .32 ACP, suppressed pistol. Parenthetically, the Small Arms Review tests the presenter references can be read here. Cheers!