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How I know they’re not serious

Salon comes out against basic safety equipment, suppressors. You know, I can only recall one instance in which a suppressor was used in a crime and it was stolen, of course. And most suppressor crimes are for the act of owning a suppressor for which you have not paid a tax.

2 Responses to “How I know they’re not serious”

  1. mikee Says:

    This post has no comments at noon in Texas. I find that amazing. Suppressors were demonized so long ago that it is accepted and apparently acceptable that they will remain outlawed forever in the US.

    I want, a Ruger Mark II 22LR with integral suppressor.

    Why? Because I want it. I have no need nor particular reason other than I think it is the cat’s (quiet) meow.

    The added cost and effort necessary to obtain one keep me from owning one.

    I’d like to see a compromise wherein suppressors for civilians became available in the same manner as regular firearms, in exchange for background checks at gun shows available free for all sellers.

  2. TigerStripe Says:

    I agree, Mikee. Suppressors have both a militia and sporting purpose. I would love one but I don’t want to go through the hassle of getting one…