Odds of No NFA Tax for Silencers According to Iraqveteran8888

    The National Firearms Act was enacted into law┬áin 1934. As the story goes the act was the result of the many mafia-perpetrated crimes during Prohibition and there was also, of course, the assassination attempt made on then-President Roosevelt in 1933. Although it may have seemed like a good idea, or at least somewhat justifiable common sense, to many Americans at the time, it’s become a point of serious contention for gun owners today. Not to say it’s a new debate, just that it’s definitely ramped up lately.

    There’s quite a bit of discussion going on about the recent challenge to the NFA tax on suppressors, and it’s always interesting to hear what different people think of the odds. In this video, YouTuber Iraqveteran8888, Eric, talks about the suppressor tax. It’s a bit long, but interesting to watch.

    Do you guys think there’s a snowball’s chance in that really hot place that the tax would ever be removed from suppressors?

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