I probably answer the “What’s going on with silencers?” question a dozen or more times a day. Literally. With the Governor of Tennessee passing the “Tennessee Hearing Protection Act”, what does that mean? Can we all run out and make/carry suppressors now? The short answer is no. Well, not yet. Here’s what I mean by that… Continue reading
“…an NFA firearm has not necessarily been made when the device is not re-configured for use as a shoulder stock – even if the attached firearm happens to be fired from the shoulder. To the extent that the January 2015 Open Letter implied or has been construed to hold that incidental, sporadic, or situational “use” of an arm-brace (in its original approved configuration) equipped firearm from a firing position at or near the shoulder was sufficient to constitute “redesign,” such interpretations are incorrect and not consistent with ATF’s interpretation of the statute or the manner in which it has historically been enforced.”
That’s ANY brace. Sig, SB Tactical, Thordsen, you name it.
Ready to grab your Pistol Stabilizing Brace? Let us know at Fighting Sheep Dog! We’ve got an order we’re placing tomorrow (Wednesday) and need to know how many to grab!
At Fighting Sheep Dog, we see an awful lot of patriotic American customers who come in, excited about the possibility of the passage of the Hearing Protection Act.
And who can blame them? The mere thought of having suppressors removed from the NFA list brings a tear to the eye.
No more waiting.
No more $200 stamp.
Just buy a suppressor the same way you would a firearm through an FFL.
While we can certainly understand the draw of wanting to wait to purchase a suppressor until the government decides one way or the other whether or not to pass it, there are a few things we think you should consider: Continue reading
Sometimes, you gotta remember that due diligence trumps it all. Contrary to popular belief, if you read it online, it is not always true (Bonjour!) Continue reading
An ATF update: Due to so many customers wanting to know the status of their suppressor stamp, I thought it prudent to create a blog post about it so everyone can be updated at once. Continue reading
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or suppressors/SBRs aren’t your thing) you know that the deadline for the new ATF regulations (41F) is looming.
Lemme back up and ‘splain: Continue reading
One of the questions we hear most often deal with convering an existing AR or several other firearms (or having one built) to handle fully automatic fire. It’s not as simple as you might think!
Today, we’ll answer the question “What does it take to go full auto?” Continue reading