The Sound of Silence: H.R. 367 Hearing Protection Act of 2017

For those who are quietly interested in silencers/suppressors gaining moment towards coming off of the National Firearms Act. Rep Jeff Duncan reintroduced a version of the Hearing Protection Act, Monday Jan 9 to the House Ways and Means and Judiciary committees.

I for one am looking forward to tracking H.R. 367’s momentum and see it passed allowing those of us that shoot to hear a little better, be more courteous of the noise to our neighbors, and just because its cool.

To be clear. It has not passed and this is not a law… yet.

Track H.R. 367 here at https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/367?r=21

So far it has 99 cosponsors, 5 committee actions, and a nearly identical bill in the Senate S. 59 https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/senate-bill/59/related-bills

Let’s help support the sound of silence.

Via SilencerShop

Original Article http://248shooter.com/index.php/sound-silence-h-r-367/

 

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Enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 2006, an Infantry Marine and Squad Leader. Additionally holding a US Army MOS of 91F Small Arms Repair Technician for the State of Michigan. Keith’s work in the commercial firearms industry started in 2009 as an NRA certified instructor teaching concealed weapons courses in the Kalamazoo MI Area. Now he reviews, writes, publishes the GAT Daily content, and sticks his nose into every corner of the industry because firearms technology is awesome.