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  1. Assault Weapons Ban: 4 Things You Need to Know

  2. Suppressors are Legal For Hunting In Vermont

  3. Texas Constitutional Carry Update

  4. Silencers Offer a Case Study in Regulatory Overreach — But Ambitious State Laws Carry Their Own Risks

  5. Suppressor Laws by State

    There are a lot of relevant federal laws governing the purchase and use of silencers and Silencer Shop is here to help you navigate suppressor laws by state.
  6. Maine Governor Signs Pro-Suppressor Legislation into Law

    The old fee and permit that were required to hunt with a suppressor in Maine have officially been abolished. This new law, L.D. 635, was first introduced by Senator Trey Stewart March 1st after a unanimous passing vote out of both houses of legislature.
  7. The HEAR Act: Inside the Latest Attempt to Ban Silencers

    Say hello to the HEAR Act — a bill introduced on Thursday that would restrict Second Amendment rights and outlaw silencers.
  8. Silencer Shop Becomes A Tier 1 ASA Sponsor

    PRESS RELEASE: Silencer Shop becomes a Tier 1 sponsor for the American Suppressor Association (ASA) to continue their efforts in pro-suppressor reform. August 7, 2019 Silencer Shop is proud to announce an enhancement of our longstanding relationship with the ASA from Tier 2 to Tier 1 sponsor. (..)
  9. Silencer Shop Does DC

    Silencer Shop Goes To Washington DC To Advocate For Your Rights -- Read the key takeaways following our event in DC.
  10. 2017 NRA - Board Of Directors

    If you’re eligible to vote for the 2017 National Rifle Association Board of Directors, you recently received a ballot via your preferred NRA magazine. There’s a total of 76 seats on the NRA Board of Directors, and each year 25 seats are up for election to a 3-year term (with one (..)
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