ASA TO AUCTION FIVE CUSTOM SUPPRESSED GLOCK 21 PACKAGES

The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is teaming up with a group of our sponsors to raise money for the Association by auctioning off five suppressed CUSTOM Glock 21 (.45 ACP) packages. All five packages are completely identical, with one notable exception: they each include a suppressor from a different manufacturer. When the auctions finish, the … Continue reading “ASA TO AUCTION FIVE CUSTOM SUPPRESSED GLOCK 21 PACKAGES”

United We Stand: A Factual Review of the Hearing Protection Act From the Board of the ASA

ATLANTA, GA – Our goals at the American Suppressor Association are simple: remove suppressors from the National Firearms Act through the passage of the Hearing Protection Act, and legalize suppressor ownership and use while hunting in all 50 states through our No State Left Behind campaign. While there is no shortage of media coverage on the Hearing … Continue reading “United We Stand: A Factual Review of the Hearing Protection Act From the Board of the ASA”

YANKEE HILL MACHINE (YHM) TO AUCTION FIVE NITRO SUPPRESSORS TO BENEFIT ASA

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is excited to announce that it is teaming up with Yankee Hill Machine (YHM) to help the public get their hands on the first of YHM’s brand new Nitro 30 suppressors. Together, we will be auctioning off the first five NITRO .30 caliber suppressors in a limited-edition … Continue reading

YANKEE HILL MACHINE (YHM) TO AUCTION FIVE NITRO SUPPRESSORS TO BENEFIT ASA

Massachusetts: Suppressor Legalization Bill Passes Committee

Yesterday was a big day for suppressor rights in Massachusetts, which passed Sen. Humason’s (R-Westfield) S. 1271, a bill that would legalize private suppressor ownership, out of the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security on a bipartisan vote.  This vote marks the first time that a suppressor legalization bill has made it through any committee in … Continue reading “Massachusetts: Suppressor Legalization Bill Passes Committee”

2015: A YEAR IN REVIEW

  2015 was a banner year for both the American Suppressor Association (ASA), and the suppressor community as a whole. In terms of pro-suppressor advocacy, 2015 was anything but quiet. Nine states enacted pro-suppressor laws or regulations, a bill was introduced in the U.S. Congress to remove suppressors from the National Firearms Act, and for … Continue reading “2015: A YEAR IN REVIEW”