The SBR is surrounded by myths – Aaron Cowan takes a look at two of the most common myths.
Due to the scarcity of suppressors, which are often called silencers, as well as how suppressors are portrayed in movies, television, and video games – there are many misconceptions about suppressors. Let’s take a quick look at these suppressor myths and debunk them.
Interested in getting a Short Barreled Rifle? Don’t know how? Don’t like how daunting the task is? Here’s how to (legally) get a SBR.
Suppressors are becoming quite popular these days. They’re fun, safe, and make the shooting experience more enjoyable. But they are a bit of a controversial topic due to Hollywood and video games. The truth is, suppressed firearms are still loud – not the whisper quiet you see in entertainment.
So why is it a good idea to shoot firearms suppressed?
The Hearing Protection Act (H.R. 367) was introduced last month. Yesterday, Wednesday the 15th, the Hearing Protection Act picked up its 100th co-sponsor. Usually bills receive less than 10 sponsors.
A leaked ATF document shows that many firearms restrictions may be lifted in the near future, from suppressors, to shoulder braces, to bringing back surplus imports. Time shall tell if they come to fruition.
Firearms have many restrictions placed on them, yet there aren’t any similar restrictions placed on women. So what’s the deal?
Hollywood and video games have really skewed what suppressors are really like. Suppressors don’t make any gun as quiet as butterfly fart. Primarily, suppressors quiet down a firearm to reduce hearing damage.
Let’s help restore 2nd Amendment rights to America. Let’s pass the Hearing Protection Act and get suppressors off of the National Firearms Act. Help us now!
Republicans control the Senate AND the House in addition to the presidency. It’s time for the 2nd Amendment political machine to kick it in overdrive and pass some national pro-gun laws.
The Thompson Submachine Gun is such a classic firearm from World War II as well as the gangster era of prohibition where it was more commonly known as the “Tommy Gun.” Few firearms are this iconic.
14.5″ barrels are a popular way to get a slightly shorter rifle without having to go through the NFA process for a SBR and paying for a $200 tax stamp.