This morning, the Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-5 in favor of rejecting Delegate Mark Levine’s House Bill 961.
Delegate Mark Levine’s House Bill 961 is on the docket to be heard at the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Monday, February 17th at 8:00 AM.
This afternoon the Virginia House of Delegates voted 51 – 48 in favor of passing House Bill 961, Delegate Mark Levine’s (D-45) “assault firearm” and suppressor ban.
Virginia House Public Safety Committee voted 12 – 9 in favor of passing an amended version of House Bill 961. Knox Williams, President of the American Suppressor Association, was on hand to testify
House Bill 961 is on the docket to be heard at the House Public Safety Committee Hearing on Friday, February 7th at 8:00 AM. The American Suppressor Association will be on hand to testify
The American Suppressor Association needs your help to ensure that this bill fails! If you live in Virginia, please join us at the committee hearing to voice your opposition to HB 961.
Suppressor owners everywhere are being rallied to make their voices heard by joining ASA or buying a raffle ticket to support the organized opposition to Governor Northam’s attempt to ban suppressors.
To suppressor owners everywhere, we say this: No matter what, ASA will fight for your rights! In order to win, we need your help. Will you join us?
The American Suppressor Association is calling on suppressor owners everywhere to make your voice heard by joining or making a donation to ASA today!
the American Suppressor Association is an organization of, by, and for the gun community. We are not here simply to field a paycheck and stop working at 5:00 PM. Rather, we are committed
With anti-gunners in control of all three branches of government, the right to own suppressors in Virginia is in jeopardy.
“Silencer Shop is leading by example, showing suppressor owners everywhere that they will fight to protect the right to own suppressors,” said Knox Williams, President and Executive Director of ASA.
Don’t miss out – Friday is the last day to purchase memberships or donations for the American Suppressor Association’s Cans Not Bans Membership Giveaway! Join or donate today
The American Suppressor Association is unequivocally opposed to any attempt to ban suppressors. We are unwavering in our support of the Second Amendment.
he American Suppressor Association (ASA), the unified voice of the suppressor community, is pleased to announce that Gunwerks has signed on as a Tier 3 sponsor of ASA for 2019.
Help us fight for your right to protect your hearing by visiting www.ASARaffle.com for your chance to win a Rugged Obsidian 9 suppressor paired with a Lipsey’s exclusive Glock 17
fight for your right to protect your hearing by visiting www.ASARaffle.com for your chance to win a Rugged Obsidian 9 suppressor paired with a Lipsey’s exclusive Glock 17 Gen 4 9mm handgun, all in FDE
Don’t miss out – today is the last day to purchase memberships or raffle tickets for the American Suppressor Association’s November Membership Drive and Raffle!
This year, the prizes are bigger and better – valued at over $15,000 – and you will have more opportunities to win! Plus, Silencer Shop is going to cover the $200 tax stamp for anyone who wins
Soon the Federal Lands Subcommittee will hear a discussion draft of the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act..
All proceeds of the auction will go directly towards the ASA’s fight to pass pro-suppressor reform on both the State and Federal Levels.
On Friday, February 17th Senate Bill 710, a bill which seeks to legalize suppressor ownership and their use while hunting in California was introduced….
The Hearing Protection Act (H.R. 367) reached a symbolic milestone in the House of Representatives when Rep. Drew Ferguson (GA-03) signed on as the 100th cosponsor…
The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is pleased to announce the hiring of Owen Miller as the ASA’s new Director of Outreach.
“Our association is only as strong as our members, and the addition of Laurie, Brad, and Graham marks a tremendous strengthening of our already robust and diverse leadership,” said Knox Williams.”