S&W Adds Flat Dark Earth and Gray Frame SD Pistol Models


Smith & Wesson® SD9™ and SD40™ Pistols Available in New FinishesSPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Smith & Wesson Corp. today announced that it has expanded its line of Self Defense pistols to include Flat Dark Earth (FDE) and Gray frame finishes. The Smith & Wesson SD Series, chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W, offers a variety of features designed for home and personal defense applications, including a smooth, consistent trigger pull and lightweight polymer frame.

Jan Mladek, General Manager of Smith & Wesson® and M&P® Brands, said, “The Self Defense pistol series is designed for personal and home protection in a lightweight, reliable package and at a price point that offers a great value. We are excited to expand the popular Smith & Wesson SD pistol series in new color options that appeal to our consumers.”

The SD9 and SD40 pistols offer consumers a reliable, durable striker-fired pistol that features a solid, molded polymer frame designed for comfort and durability, as well as an ergonomic grip. The Self Defense pistol series comes standard with a white-dot front sight and a white two-dot rear sight, as well as an accessory rail for optional lights, lasers and rail-mounted accessories to aid in home and personal protection. Both the Flat Dark Earth and Gray frame finish SD Series pistols feature a stainless steel slide and barrel with a durable Armornite™ finish, providing increased corrosion resistance. Read more

New Browning Black Label 1911-22 Pistols


Browning® is adding six new models to their very popular Black Label 1911-22 line of pistols.The new Black Label 1911-22 Medallion will come in both Full Size and Compact models. Features include a matte black finish slide with brush polished flats, aluminum alloy frame and intricately checkered rosewood grips with an inlaid gold Buckmark. The pistols have steel
three-dot sights and include one 10-round magazine. Barrel length on the Full Size is 4-1/4″
and 3-5/8″ for the Compact. Suggested retail for both versions is $669.99.

The new Black Label 1911-22 Gray pistol is available in four versions: Full Size, Full Size with Rail, Compact, and Compact with Rail. The machined aluminum slide is finished in a handsome gray anodized finish. Barrel length for the Full Size is 4-1/4″ and 3-5/8″ for the Compact. The frame is composite with a machined 7075 aluminum subframe and slide rails. Fiber-optic sights are included. The Black Label 1911-22 Gray pistol Full Size and Compact models suggested retail is $699.99. The suggested retail price for models with the accessory rail is $719.99.

For more information on Browning products, please visit the website at www.browning.com.

Nosler Announces Limited Edition M48 Independence Day Rifle

 

Bend, Ore –– In a gesture to celebrate the birth of this great nation, Nosler® is offering a small run of 25, Limited Edition, Model 48 Independence Day Rifles with some distinct and patriotic features for those looking to add something special to their collection. This rifle offering will be chambered in the all-new 22 Nosler cartridge with a Kryptek Highlander™ dipped synthetic stock and features a threaded muzzle, making it ready for a brake or a suppressor. Laser-engraved in the floorplate, the motto “We the People” sits above an engraved American flag for an added touch of American spirit.

Nosler’s M48 action is built to provide a rigid platform for the utmost in tack-driving accuracy. The bolt rides smoothly on precisely machined action rails, while the front of the receiver is faced perfectly square to true up with the mirror-smooth, match grade 24″ stainless steel barrel.

Specifications Include:
• Nosler Model 48 Custom Action
• Stainless Match Grade 24″ Barrel
• Glass & Aluminum Pillar Bedding
• Hinged Floorplate
• 2-Position Rocker Safety
• Timney Trigger
• Cerakote™ All-Weather Finish
• Guaranteed M.O.A. Accuracy with prescribed Nosler Ammunition
• 1/2-28 Threaded Muzzle (Protective cap included)
• $1995.00 MSRP

For more product information, visit www.nosler.com/nosler-rifles and for purchasing inquiries, please call 800-285-3701 x1060.

Ruger Introduces SP101 Match Champion


Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR) is proud to announce the new Ruger SP101® Match Champion™ – a five-round revolver designed with the competitor in mind. With its ergonomic enhancements and tuned action, the Match Champion delivers fast, accurate shots and takes the popular SP101 to the next level.Chambered in .357 Magnum, but capable of firing .38 Special, the Match Champion has a full-lug, 4.2″ barrel with an 11-degree target crown for competition accuracy, a chamfered cylinder and custom Altamont hardwood grips with stippled and checkered sides.

The Ruger SP101 Match Champion has a number of features competitive shooter will find appealing, including polished springs and a polished hammer strut combined with trigger and hammer shims for a trigger pull that will help deliver shots on target with ease.

The fully adjustable rear sight combines with a fiber optic front sight to create a great sight picture for both plates and targets, and the polished trigger guard allows for smooth shooting all day long. Read more

Mossberg® Introduces FLEX™ Conversion Kits

North Haven, CT – Flexible, versatile and virtually limitless for fit, style and application; wouldn’t everyone want a gun that is flexible enough to fit that description? That’s the way that Mossberg described their ground-breaking FLEX Series of modular shotguns and accessories in 2012. With the innovative system of TLS™ (Tool-less Locking System) connectors and FLEX accessories (stocks, recoil pads and forends), 500 FLEX and 590® FLEX shotguns could easily be converted in seconds from a rugged tactical platform to a foul-weather hunting gun – without the need for tools. Now Mossberg is revolutionizing the modular shotgun concept again with the introduction of FLEX Conversion Kits for your Mossberg 500 and Maverick 88 pump-action shotguns in 12 and 20 gauge options. Three conversion kits are available for each gauge with all required hardware included.

The flexibility and versatility of the FLEX System, designed to give shotgunners an easy and quick way to adapt their shotgun to a variety of shooting applications, can now be added to existing 500/88 pump-actions with your choice of the following kits in 12 and 20 gauge. Read more

Firearm Guide 8th Edition Flash Drive & Online Combo


World’s Most Extensive Firearms Guide is BACK!Los Angeles, CA — Impressum Media, publisher of the Firearms Guide series of guns & ammo reference and value guides is proud to introduce their new 8th Edition. The new Firearms Guide 8th Edition is published as online publication at www.FirearmsGuide.com for gun enthusiasts worldwide and for retail distribution / gun shops as super fast Firearms Guide 8th Edition Flash Drive & Online Combo shelf ready product with free updates.

Firearms Guide 8th Edition is the world’s largest search able firearms, ammo and air guns reference guide, gun value guide and gun schematics & blueprints library that presents over 67,000 antique and modern guns and ammo from 1,000 manufacturers worldwide. Published since 2009, Firearms Guide is the ultimate tool to search, find, identify, research and evaluate antique and modern civilian and military guns.

The new Firearms Guide 8th Edition Flash Drive & Online combo is:
1. A Reference Guide that presents over 67,000 antique and modern firearms, air guns and ammunition from 1,000 manufacturers worldwide
– presents guns with tech specs – 45,000 hi-res pictures – features – ballistics – prices
– computer searchable with 14 different search criteria: caliber, year, price, action, etc Read more

Browning’s New Cynergy CX Shotguns: Designed for Multiple Shooting Disciplines

Cynergy CX

Cynergy CX Composite Charcoal Grey

Gun owners looking for an over and under shotgun they can use for everything from trap, skeet, sporting clays and upland bird and small game hunting will want to take a look at the new Cynergy CX shotgun from Browning.

Two models of the Cynergy CX are available, the Cynergy CX with a wood stock and the Cynergy CX Composite Charcoal model. Both models have a 60/40 point of impact (POI) and a light, nimble feel to please the most demanding shooters, both on the range and in the field.

The Cynergy CX is available with 30″ or 32″ barrels. The Cynergy CX model has a Grade 1 walnut stock with an Inflex recoil pad. The CX Composite model has a charcoal gray composite stock with black rubber overmolding in the grip areas and an Inflex Technology recoil pad. Read more

DVC Steel Pistol from STI

The new DVC Steel 2011© Pistol delivers the same performance as the DVC Open Pistol without the requirement of major power factor ammunition allowing for the use of standard 9mm or .38 Super rounds.

The DVC 2011© Steel Pistol is built slightly shorter than the DVC Open Pistol for faster target transitions helping shooters improve their scores. The gun has a DLC hard chrome finish that will not only provide great looks, but also corrosion resistance for hundreds of thousands of rounds. The 4.15″ barrel (plus compensator) is TiN coated to provide long lasting fit and enhanced lubricity. The gun features the DVC stippled grip, oversized magwell, extended magazines and the Recoil Master dual spring system.

The DVC Steel has a 20 round capacity with both 9mm and .38 Super ammunition. With a 2.5lb trigger pull, front & rear slide lightening cuts, Recoil Master dual spring system, C-More 6-MOA sights and the new TX1 Compensator, the DVC Steel Pistol will have competitors winning steel matches in no time.

The new DVC Steel Pistol from STI International sells for $3,999. Read more

MSR Distribution Stocks Rex Zero 1 Tactical Pistol with Threaded Barrel

We are excited to announce that the Rex Zero 1T tactical 9mm pistol is now available through MSR Distribution. In addition to the standard features consumers have come to expect with the Rex Zero 1 pistol such as a lifetime warranty, single & double action trigger, ambidextrous safety and magazine release, full length slide rails and a Picatinny railed dust cover, new features include: a threaded barrel with protector (1.5×28), a wider trigger guard for use with gloved hands, raised iron sights to accommodate silencer size and the pistol is fully optic ready with 4 different plates to attach your favorite optics. It also comes with two 20 round magazines.

The Rex Zero 1 is made for rugged treatment, as proved by the now infamous “Sig Legion P226 vs Rex Zero 1 Torture Test” by Tim Harmsen of the Military Arms Channel. After being subjected to water, sand & mud, the Rex pistol blew away the competition. No doubt the tactical model will prove itself in duty and combat for years to come.

You can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuPOqDlaX6U&t=303s
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Hearing Protection Act Language Incorporated into Comprehensive Sportsmen’s Package WASHINGTON – The House Committee on Natural Resources has scheduled a hearing for this morning (June 14) in which the Federal Lands Subcommittee will hear a discussion draft of the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act. The SHARE Act, which is being championed in a bipartisan manner by Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Co-Chairs Representative Jeff Duncan (R-SC), and Representative Gene Green (D-TX), is a comprehensive package that covers a wide range of hunting, fishing, and outdoor related issues. Included in the legislation is Title XVII, a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act. Since the re-introduction of the Hearing Protection Act by Rep. Duncan and Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID) in January (H.R. 367, S. 59) the American Suppressor Association (ASA) has met with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on multiple occasions to discuss technical amendments to the language. As a result, we were able to create several technical amendments that were incorporated into the current draft of the SHARE Act. These include: • Sec. 1702: Removing suppressors from the National Firearms Act, subjecting them to the same instant NICS background check as long guns, and issuing a refundable tax credit to anyone who has purchased a suppressor since the HPA’s original date of introduction • Sec. 1703: Ensuring that suppressors will remain legal in all 42 states where they are currently legal, after suppressors are removed from the National Firearms Act • Sec. 1704: Preempting states from levying taxes or registration requirements on suppressors. However, this will not make suppressors legal in any state where state law currently prohibits them. • Sec. 1705: Granting the ATF 365 days to destroy all suppressor related records from the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record (NFRTR) • Sec. 1706: Developing a “keystone part” definition, and requiring that such keystone part is serialized on every suppressor. This will ensure that individual suppressor parts, like pistons and endcaps, will not require serialization. • Sec. 1707: Imposing a 10% Pittman-Robertson excise tax on the manufacture of each new suppressor, a tax that is currently imposed on all Title I firearms “The inclusion of the Hearing Protection Act in the sportsmen’s package highlights the commitment of the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make the hunting and recreational shooting experiences safer and more enjoyable for all,” said Knox Williams, President and Executive Director of the American Suppressor Association. “We know for a fact that exposure to noise from recreational firearms is one of the leading causes of hearing loss, which is why the CDC, NIOSH, and the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) have all recommended using suppressors as a tool to mitigate the danger. We look forward to working with the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make this legislation a reality.” Suppressors have been federally regulated since the passage of the National Firearms Act of 1934. Currently, prospective buyers must live in one of the 42 states where they are legal, must send in an application including fingerprints and passport photos to the ATF, pay a $200 transfer tax, and wait for an indeterminate amount of time for the ATF to process the application. As of June, 2017, wait times are in excess of 10 months. In stark contrast, many countries in Europe place no regulations on their purchase, possession, or use. This legislation will remove suppressors from the onerous requirements of the NFA, and instead require purchasers to pass an instant NICS check, the same background check that is used during the sale of long guns. In doing so, law-abiding citizens will remain free to purchase suppressors, while prohibited persons will continue to be barred from purchasing or possessing these accessories. To voice your support for the Hearing Protection Act, visit www.HearingProtectionAct.com. ABOUT THE AMERICAN SUPPRESSOR ASSOCIATION The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is the unified voice of the suppressor industry. Our mission is to unite and advocate for the common interests of the suppressor community. To accomplish our mission, our principal initiatives focus on state lobbying, federal lobbying, public education, and industry outreach. For more information on how you can join the ASA, and help protect and expand your right to own and use suppressors, please visit www.AmericanSuppressorAssociation.com.

WASHINGTON – The House Committee on Natural Resources has scheduled a hearing for this morning (June 14) in which the Federal Lands Subcommittee will hear a discussion draft of the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act. The SHARE Act, which is being championed in a bipartisan manner by Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Co-Chairs Representative Jeff Duncan (R-SC), and Representative Gene Green (D-TX), is a comprehensive package that covers a wide range of hunting, fishing, and outdoor related issues. Included in the legislation is Title XVII, a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act.

Since the re-introduction of the Hearing Protection Act by Rep. Duncan and Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID) in January (H.R. 367, S. 59) the American Suppressor Association (ASA) has met with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on multiple occasions to discuss technical amendments to the language. As a result, we were able to create several technical amendments that were incorporated into the current draft of the SHARE Act. These include:

• Sec. 1702: Removing suppressors from the National Firearms Act, subjecting them to the same instant NICS background check as long guns, and issuing a refundable tax credit to anyone who has purchased a suppressor since the HPA’s original date of introduction
• Sec. 1703: Ensuring that suppressors will remain legal in all 42 states where they are currently legal, after suppressors are removed from the National Firearms Act
• Sec. 1704: Preempting states from levying taxes or registration requirements on suppressors. However, this will not make suppressors legal in any state where state law currently prohibits them.
• Sec. 1705: Granting the ATF 365 days to destroy all suppressor related records from the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record (NFRTR)
• Sec. 1706: Developing a “keystone part” definition, and requiring that such keystone part is serialized on every suppressor. This will ensure that individual suppressor parts, like pistons and endcaps, will not require serialization.
• Sec. 1707: Imposing a 10% Pittman-Robertson excise tax on the manufacture of each new suppressor, a tax that is currently imposed on all Title I firearmsHearing Protection Act Language Incorporated into Comprehensive Sportsmen’s Package

WASHINGTON – The House Committee on Natural Resources has scheduled a hearing for this morning (June 14) in which the Federal Lands Subcommittee will hear a discussion draft of the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act. The SHARE Act, which is being championed in a bipartisan manner by Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Co-Chairs Representative Jeff Duncan (R-SC), and Representative Gene Green (D-TX), is a comprehensive package that covers a wide range of hunting, fishing, and outdoor related issues. Included in the legislation is Title XVII, a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act.

Since the re-introduction of the Hearing Protection Act by Rep. Duncan and Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID) in January (H.R. 367, S. 59) the American Suppressor Association (ASA) has met with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on multiple occasions to discuss technical amendments to the language. As a result, we were able to create several technical amendments that were incorporated into the current draft of the SHARE Act. These include:

• Sec. 1702: Removing suppressors from the National Firearms Act, subjecting them to the same instant NICS background check as long guns, and issuing a refundable tax credit to anyone who has purchased a suppressor since the HPA’s original date of introduction
• Sec. 1703: Ensuring that suppressors will remain legal in all 42 states where they are currently legal, after suppressors are removed from the National Firearms Act
• Sec. 1704: Preempting states from levying taxes or registration requirements on suppressors. However, this will not make suppressors legal in any state where state law currently prohibits them.
• Sec. 1705: Granting the ATF 365 days to destroy all suppressor related records from the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record (NFRTR)
• Sec. 1706: Developing a “keystone part” definition, and requiring that such keystone part is serialized on every suppressor. This will ensure that individual suppressor parts, like pistons and endcaps, will not require serialization.
• Sec. 1707: Imposing a 10% Pittman-Robertson excise tax on the manufacture of each new suppressor, a tax that is currently imposed on all Title I firearms

“The inclusion of the Hearing Protection Act in the sportsmen’s package highlights the commitment of the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make the hunting and recreational shooting experiences safer and more enjoyable for all,” said Knox Williams, President and Executive Director of the American Suppressor Association. “We know for a fact that exposure to noise from recreational firearms is one of the leading causes of hearing loss, which is why the CDC, NIOSH, and the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) have all recommended using suppressors as a tool to mitigate the danger. We look forward to working with the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make this legislation a reality.”

Suppressors have been federally regulated since the passage of the National Firearms Act of 1934. Currently, prospective buyers must live in one of the 42 states where they are legal, must send in an application including fingerprints and passport photos to the ATF, pay a $200 transfer tax, and wait for an indeterminate amount of time for the ATF to process the application. As of June, 2017, wait times are in excess of 10 months. In stark contrast, many countries in Europe place no regulations on their purchase, possession, or use. This legislation will remove suppressors from the onerous requirements of the NFA, and instead require purchasers to pass an instant NICS check, the same background check that is used during the sale of long guns. In doing so, law-abiding citizens will remain free to purchase suppressors, while prohibited persons will continue to be barred from purchasing or possessing these accessories.

To voice your support for the Hearing Protection Act, visit www.HearingProtectionAct.com.

ABOUT THE AMERICAN SUPPRESSOR ASSOCIATION

The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is the unified voice of the suppressor industry. Our mission is to unite and advocate for the common interests of the suppressor community. To accomplish our mission, our principal initiatives focus on state lobbying, federal lobbying, public education, and industry outreach.

For more information on how you can join the ASA, and help protect and expand your right to own and use suppressors, please visit www.AmericanSuppressorAssociation.com.

“The inclusion of the Hearing Protection Act in the sportsmen’s package highlights the commitment of the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make the hunting and recreational shooting experiences safer and more enjoyable for all,” said Knox Williams, President and Executive Director of the American Suppressor Association. “We know for a fact that exposure to noise from recreational firearms is one of the leading causes of hearing loss, which is why the CDC, NIOSH, and the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) have all recommended using suppressors as a tool to mitigate the danger. We look forward to working with the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make this legislation a reality.”

Suppressors have been federally regulated since the passage of the National Firearms Act of 1934. Currently, prospective buyers must live in one of the 42 states where they are legal, must send in an application including fingerprints and passport photos to the ATF, pay a $200 transfer tax, and wait for an indeterminate amount of time for the ATF to process the application. As of June, 2017, wait times are in excess of 10 months. In stark contrast, many countries in Europe place no regulations on their purchase, possession, or use. This legislation will remove suppressors from the onerous requirements of the NFA, and instead require purchasers to pass an instant NICS check, the same background check that is used during the sale of long guns. In doing so, law-abiding citizens will remain free to purchase suppressors, while prohibited persons will continue to be barred from purchasing or possessing these accessories.

To voice your support for the Hearing Protection Act, visit www.HearingProtectionAct.com.

ABOUT THE AMERICAN SUPPRESSOR ASSOCIATION

The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is the unified voice of the suppressor industry. Our mission is to unite and advocate for the common interests of the suppressor community. To accomplish our mission, our principal initiatives focus on state lobbying, federal lobbying, public education, and industry outreach.

For more information on how you can join the ASA, and help protect and expand your right to own and use suppressors, please visit www.AmericanSuppressorAssociation.com.Hearing Protection Act Language Incorporated into Comprehensive Sportsmen’s Package

WASHINGTON – The House Committee on Natural Resources has scheduled a hearing for this morning (June 14) in which the Federal Lands Subcommittee will hear a discussion draft of the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act. The SHARE Act, which is being championed in a bipartisan manner by Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Co-Chairs Representative Jeff Duncan (R-SC), and Representative Gene Green (D-TX), is a comprehensive package that covers a wide range of hunting, fishing, and outdoor related issues. Included in the legislation is Title XVII, a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act.

Since the re-introduction of the Hearing Protection Act by Rep. Duncan and Senator Mike Crapo (R-ID) in January (H.R. 367, S. 59) the American Suppressor Association (ASA) has met with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) on multiple occasions to discuss technical amendments to the language. As a result, we were able to create several technical amendments that were incorporated into the current draft of the SHARE Act. These include:

• Sec. 1702: Removing suppressors from the National Firearms Act, subjecting them to the same instant NICS background check as long guns, and issuing a refundable tax credit to anyone who has purchased a suppressor since the HPA’s original date of introduction
• Sec. 1703: Ensuring that suppressors will remain legal in all 42 states where they are currently legal, after suppressors are removed from the National Firearms Act
• Sec. 1704: Preempting states from levying taxes or registration requirements on suppressors. However, this will not make suppressors legal in any state where state law currently prohibits them.
• Sec. 1705: Granting the ATF 365 days to destroy all suppressor related records from the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record (NFRTR)
• Sec. 1706: Developing a “keystone part” definition, and requiring that such keystone part is serialized on every suppressor. This will ensure that individual suppressor parts, like pistons and endcaps, will not require serialization.
• Sec. 1707: Imposing a 10% Pittman-Robertson excise tax on the manufacture of each new suppressor, a tax that is currently imposed on all Title I firearms

“The inclusion of the Hearing Protection Act in the sportsmen’s package highlights the commitment of the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make the hunting and recreational shooting experiences safer and more enjoyable for all,” said Knox Williams, President and Executive Director of the American Suppressor Association. “We know for a fact that exposure to noise from recreational firearms is one of the leading causes of hearing loss, which is why the CDC, NIOSH, and the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) have all recommended using suppressors as a tool to mitigate the danger. We look forward to working with the Sportsmen’s Caucus to make this legislation a reality.”

Suppressors have been federally regulated since the passage of the National Firearms Act of 1934. Currently, prospective buyers must live in one of the 42 states where they are legal, must send in an application including fingerprints and passport photos to the ATF, pay a $200 transfer tax, and wait for an indeterminate amount of time for the ATF to process the application. As of June, 2017, wait times are in excess of 10 months. In stark contrast, many countries in Europe place no regulations on their purchase, possession, or use. This legislation will remove suppressors from the onerous requirements of the NFA, and instead require purchasers to pass an instant NICS check, the same background check that is used during the sale of long guns. In doing so, law-abiding citizens will remain free to purchase suppressors, while prohibited persons will continue to be barred from purchasing or possessing these accessories.

To voice your support for the Hearing Protection Act, visit www.HearingProtectionAct.com.

ABOUT THE AMERICAN SUPPRESSOR ASSOCIATION

The American Suppressor Association (ASA) is the unified voice of the suppressor industry. Our mission is to unite and advocate for the common interests of the suppressor community. To accomplish our mission, our principal initiatives focus on state lobbying, federal lobbying, public education, and industry outreach.

For more information on how you can join the ASA, and help protect and expand your right to own and use suppressors, please visit www.AmericanSuppressorAssociation.com.

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