Ugh, I'm just thinking about the F4 that's in process, I mean heck maybe I should drop another one to get ahead of the queue.I really hope this doesn't set off panic buying. I'm about to put a Form 1 in the pipeline. And I remember the wait the last time a change in regs (41F) happened.
Good point however I don't find the following a particularly well thought out statement as a rational for easing restrictions on suppressors.They already are.
“I think it’s awesome!” the president’s son raved, adding that he hopes the use of suppressors would get more “little kids into the game” of hunting.
I was wondering the same thing. Everything I've read thus far is that they confirmed he legally bought the handguns, but they haven't determined the legal status of the silencer. If it was on the registry, presumably that would be super easy to check.Was it a legal tax stamped suppressor, or a home made illegal one?
Sad, but true. I'm not even remotely surprised, but, naturally, thoroughly disgusted. National Reciprocity and the Hearing Protection Act would have been most wonderful, but even with the House, Senate, and White House in the first two years, they weren't ever going to happen in our present system; regardless of the fact the present POTUS billed himself as, quote, "... a big Second Amendment person." I didn't buy that claim then and I most assuredly don't now.So much for any chance of the HPA becoming law, no matter who is POTUS, or whether the 'silencer' was homemade or not.