May 26, 2017 · What shooting with the NRA revealed about silencers. Gun groups push message that silencers aren’t silent as they aim to make them more accessible.
Yes, I know the difference between shooting with and without suppressors. 30 dB is the difference between wearing ear plugs and not while shooting. It’s bullshit to say that that would not create the difficulty that I described in my post for law enforcement.
Silencers Aren’t Silent! Posted October 19, 2017 in AR-15 , Guns & Gear , NFA / Suppressors / Class III , TFBTV by James Reeves with 52 Comments In this episode of TFBTV, James addresses another myth that has spread in popularity lately due to a number of highly publicized political stories: Is the silencer truly silent?
Chris Cox, the executive director of the NRA’s lobbying efforts, argued that the movies distort people’s views of silencers, adding, “They’re not silent.” Fair enough, right? So fair I suspect that Ms. Marcotte’s Salon editors forced her to include that information.
Anti-gun reporters learns that “silencers” aren’t silent Whether you call it a suppressor or a silencer, the “quiet can” is anything but silent. The concept of a “silencer” is one of the biggest misconceptions spread by anti-gun lobbyists.
What shooting with the NRA revealed about silencers FAIRFAX, Va. The instructor popped off a few rounds with a .22 semiautomatic rifle, first with a silencer …
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Following the failed attempt to use “silencer” instead of “suppressor,” some of the leftists tried to claim that suppressors do not really protect hearing.
Reality is different than the movies. So-called silencers don’t actually silence guns. Here are the facts on how suppressors work and why people want them.
The US gun industry is trying to shake off the Hollywood hitman image of the gun silencer and rebrand it as a hearing-protection device in a campaign to roll back regulations that date to the 1930s.
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the «lobbying» arm of the National Rifle Association of America.
May 30, 2017 · Knox Williams, president and executive director of the American Suppressor Association, asked reporters gathered for his demonstration. Silencers, so-called because they suppress the sound of firearms, are at the center of a heated debate as pro-gun lawmakers hope to advance legislation to make them easier to get.