cowboyangel wrote:suppressors are allowed in Texas, just have to get a federal certificate for them. Same with full auto there too.
Toolmaker wrote:TomServo wrote:Waiting to try a Dragon's Breath shell..
I assure you they are loads of fun. Especially if fired at a woodpile soaked in gasoline with some tires on top.
gyre wrote:Not illegal, just regulated to a fare thee well.
I could design and build them, but the rules make it too expensive.
I have to jump through hoops even if I never come up with a good product and then I would have to sell it for 400% over value.
Of course, they are never silent, just making reports bearable.
I can't stand the enclosed ranges even with hearing protection.
We fired about 500 rounds in a friend's backyard, but as more people move in, his neighbors may not be so tolerant.[/b]
gyre wrote:I think there are some expensive regulations about how you run your business that would apply.
It makes getting started very pricey.
That may be the purpose.
gyre wrote:We ran into a slew concerning custom gun manufacture.
I would think this would fall under that.
What we found to be an issue was restrictions once you sell anything.
Production, security and so on.
Many hidden costs.
mdmf007 wrote:Its actually rude to hunt or target shoot in some european countries WITHOUT a suppressor.
gyre wrote:Be sure to check the variety of possible rules under which the atf in it's infinite whimsy might consider anything you do to be an illegal attempt to avoid disturbing the neighbors.
gyre wrote:Many hidden costs.
TomServo wrote:DVD Burner wrote:in the good ol' days there used to be a shooting gallery on the old playa.
their still is on 4th of July. missed it this year, but got to play with exploding targets last year. Waiting to try a Dragon's Breath shell..
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