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It’s one of my favorite words. In MT, bill to repeal the language: Use of silencers or mufflers on firearms forbidden

From reader Steve, who notes:

It goes something to the effect that if you are on public land with a silencer, they can charge you with poaching. Just assuming you’re going to I guess. Messed up thing is, even in the once maybe twice someone has been poaching with a silencer, they don’t even get charged with breaking this law. They go right for the poaching laws directly.

There is no restriction on private land, and no one is going to give you a hard time about poaching unless you have you camo, sled, knives, truck, tarp, etc etc. I’ve been on public land with a suppressed MP5 and not been given any grief about poaching

2 Responses to “Repeal”

  1. Gunmart Says:

    I’d like to see the pre and post ban numbers on poaching to see if there was even any effect.

  2. mikee Says:

    I’d like to see the numbers for the first five years after the ban is repealed, just as a way to get the ban repealed.

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