IOWA: SUPPRESSOR OWNERSHIP BILL PASSES HOUSE

This morning, the Iowa House of Representatives took a major step forward on critical suppressor legislation when it voted to pass House File 2381 by an 83-16 vote. Formerly known as HF 384, the legislation was introduced by State Rep. Matt Windschitl, (R-Missouri Valley). If enacted, HF 2381 would legalize the possession and ownership of firearm suppressors … Continue reading “IOWA: SUPPRESSOR OWNERSHIP BILL PASSES HOUSE”

SHALL SIGN LEGISLATION MOVING FORWARD ACROSS THE COUNTRY

In key states across the country, Shall Sign legislation is moving forward. Shall Sign legislation refers to bills that would require Chief Law Enforcement Officers (CLEOs) in the state to signoff on NFA applications within a prescribed period of time, unless the applicant is found to be a prohibited person. When the National Firearms Act … Continue reading “SHALL SIGN LEGISLATION MOVING FORWARD ACROSS THE COUNTRY”

Oklahoma Suppressor Bill Passes a Critical Hurdle

American Silencer Association lobbyist Todd Rathner was in Oklahoma today working on SB1743 The Landowner’s Hunting Freedom Act sponsored By Senator Steve Russell, which would legalize the use of suppressors for hunting on private land in Oklahoma. The same measure failed in committee last week for lack of a “second”. After working closely with NRA … Continue reading “Oklahoma Suppressor Bill Passes a Critical Hurdle”