On Tuesday, June 8th, Governor Janet Mills (D) signed Senator Trey Stewart’s (R) L.D. 635 into law, thus repealing the requirement to obtain a permit from Maine before hunting with a suppressor.
On Monday, April 12th, the Rhode Island Senate Committee on Judiciary will host a virtual public hearing on 21 firearms related bills. Included in the docket are Senate Bill 508 and Senate Bill 517
Guam hosted a virtual public hearing on legislation that seeks to legalize suppressor ownership within the island territory. If enacted, Guam, a U.S. Territory, would join the 42 states…
During his time in the West Wing, Michael advised the Chief of Staff and the President on numerous matters, and served as the top White House policy advisor on Second Amendment issues.
On January 28th, Senate Minority Leader Robert Ortt (R, C, IP) reintroduced legislation that seeks to legalize suppressor ownership and hunting in the state of New York.
On January 7th, Rep. George Till (D-Chittenden) introduced legislation that seeks to legalize the use of suppressors while hunting in the state of Vermont.
The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is thrilled to announce that the Trump Administration has officially legalized the commercial exportation of firearm suppressors, effective immediately.
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Help us fight the Man by using some of your tax refund on a raffle ticket (or a hundred) to support ASA’s campaign to end the taxation of suppressors! Consider it an investment in a brighter future.
The NFA Division is continuing to process and approve transfers of every type.
The American Suppressor Association is pleased to announce the winners of our February 2020 Sic Semper Tinnitus Member Giveaway. We appreciate everyone that bought tickets to support ASA.
Don’t miss out – Monday is the last day to purchase memberships or donations for the American Suppressor Association’s Sic Semper Tinnitus Membership Giveaway!
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?