And the thing is, of course it’s not just them. You can find all kinds of “editorials” repeating the same talking points.
A gunshot is still going to sound like a gunshot; it just might be somewhat quieter. That said, how well do suppressors work?
One of the most common things that we hear when we meet with legislators is that they hear more from their constituents about the Hearing Protection Act than anything else.
Soon the Federal Lands Subcommittee will hear a discussion draft of the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act..
Tennessee’s Governor signed a bill into law decriminalizing the manufacture and possession of silencers in the state.
Included in the legislation is Title XVII, a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act.
The opinion piece from Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez (Thehill.com May 17) was misleading and inaccurate..
SB 16 significantly reduces the cost of a License to Carry.HB 1819 sets state law to be ready for the changes to the federal law should the Hearing Protection Act pass.
At the NRA Annual Meeting in Atlanta, we heard from our sponsor companies and spoke to a lot of attendees about the Hearing Protection Act.
The excessive noise exposure during the recreational use of firearms underscores the importance of pending legislation that would increase access to firearm suppressors.
The Hearing Protection Act of 2017 (H.R. 367, S. 59) remains in the Top 10 most viewed bills at Congress.gov. Now with 133 cosponsors in the House, and 12 in the Senate.
The video explains the challenges that lay ahead for the HPA, and how despite major political victories for the Second Amendment and American gun owners, the passage of the HPA is far from certain.
Brownells will make some noise about suppressors, and host American Suppressor Association President Knox Williams in a Facebook Live event on March 14, at 7:00 pm CST.
The general consensus is that the Hearing Protection Act is not passing in the first 100 days and likely not even this year. Why is that?
Recently, an internal memo from the Associate Deputy Director of ATF, number 2 in charge Ronald Turk, hit the internet and took off like a wildfire….
The net effect of increased product availability could lower product prices and associated margins.
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…
This week, it’s a brand-new gun from a brand-new company, new legislation that could help protect shooters from hearing loss, and more on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk Radio.
It has been a busy month for the American Suppressor Association. We are currently tracking four pro-suppressor bills at the state level, with more to come…
Anti-gun advocates and their media allies are furious that the gun community would dare remove an onerous and unnecessary law that limits their ability to protect against hearing loss.
The new Hearing Protection Act is the same as the HPA of 2015. Both bills are in the top ten in viewing at the Congressional web site.
Make sure your U.S. senators & congressional representative hear from you on this legislation to protect Second Amendment rights & the health of American gun owners.
The restrictions on suppressor ownership has had a demonstrably negative impact on public health & safety, creating health problems for Americans…
Though suppressors have been legal to own for more than one hundred years, they are rarely used in the commission of a crime.
The ASA is pleased to announce the reintroduction of the Hearing Protection Act (HPA) by Rep. Jeff Duncan (SC-03) and Rep. John Carter (TX-31).