NEW HAMPSHIRE: SUPPRESSOR HUNTING BILL PASSES FINAL CONCURRENCE VOTE

Today, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to concur with a minor amendment made to Rep. John Burt’s (R-Hillsborough) HB 500 by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. The changes removed the “Findings” section from the original language, but did not alter the functionality of the legislation. From here, the bill will now move to Governor Hassan’s desk for … Continue reading “NEW HAMPSHIRE: SUPPRESSOR HUNTING BILL PASSES FINAL CONCURRENCE VOTE”

AMERICAN SUPPRESSOR ASSOCIATION STATEMENT ON ATF 29P

Yesterday morning, the American Suppressor Association was made aware of Docket No. ATF 29P, an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) which seeks to gather public comments in reference to the marking requirements of suppressors. The comment period for ATF 29P, which was published in the Federal Register this morning, will run for 90 days, … Continue reading “AMERICAN SUPPRESSOR ASSOCIATION STATEMENT ON ATF 29P”