Noted: No NFA Regs On A Suppressed Front Loader

Fox 14 reports the new ‘Maxim 50,’ which comes with an attached suppressor, will not be subject to the onerous Federal NFA rules, including the long wait for Federal Permission to Purchase.

That is a step in the right direction, since there is no record of a suppressor equipped firearm being used to facilitate a crime.

However, the latest from the media has a “silncer” absorbin all ambient noise as well as the muzzle blast when a suppressor equipped gun is fired.

Shades of Maxwell Smart’s “Cone of Silence!”

Sorry, Maggie, sound suppressors do not work that way.

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