The legalization of suppressors means a hunter can shoot without drawing the ire of neighbors, which could open up more hunting grounds within what used to be considered earshot of populated areas.
“It’s still loud enough where game can hear you,” says David Drummond, the owner of Carolina Sporting Arms in Charlotte. “The difference is you may not get complaints to the police that Johnny’s shooting his gun again.”
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The legalization of suppressors means a hunter can shoot without drawing the ire of…
by Tactical-Life / Jul 31, 2013