Support the Hearing Protection Act

SilencerCo - Hearing Protection Act
SilencerCo – Hearing Protection Act

West Valley City, UT -( On October 22, the Hearing Protection Act was introduced.

This piece of legislation is aimed at removing silencers from the NFA and instead having their transfer go through a traditional ATF Form 4473 – the same way you would purchase a rifle. What does this mean for the general public? No $200 tax stamp.

No excessive wait times. No fingerprint cards, passport photos, or Chief Law Enforcement Officer signature. No NFA trusts. A simple process, just like when you purchase most firearms through a dealer.

Please click the link below to use our simple online form to write your elected officials and urge them to support the Hearing Protection Act.

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About SilencerCo:

Founded in West Valley, Utah in 2008, SilencerCo started with a belief in the fundamental premise that firearms don’t have to be loud and has now become the market leader in sound suppressors, muzzle devices and related products. By investing in innovation, customer service, organic manufacturing, advocacy, education and talent, SilencerCo is now focused on making firearms hearing-safe for all hunting and shooting applications, introducing products that have never been made before, and making the buying experience a better one.

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    Have a can, set up a Corporation and bought it in 1999. Would really like to buy several more but hate the Fed. B.S. and the $200 tax stamp. It’s time for both to go go go go go go!!!!!!! INDIVIDUAL CITIZENS should be able to buy cans as they would a bottle of booze.


    I use a little .22 can for hunting and target shooting. No hearing protection needed! This little can (suppressor) took almost a year to get approved and the $200 tax stamp was more than the cost of the suppressor. Just not right!!