One Step Hearing Protection Act Form

Nicholas C
by Nicholas C

American Suppressor Association has a one step form to contact your legislators. It is really simple. You fill in the required information and when you click submit, the form is sent to your state legislator. Click here to go to the link.

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  • Dave Parks Dave Parks on Nov 11, 2015

    Restrictions on suppressors amount to sex discrimination because suppressors are the only way for a pregnant woman to protect the hearing of her baby. From the CDC:

    "... pregnant women should not be routinely exposed to noise louder than 115 dBA. This is roughly as loud as operating a chainsaw. Areas that are very loud (more than 115 dBA) should be avoided during pregnancy as much as possible, even if you are wearing hearing protection."

    • Kraeloc Kraeloc on Nov 11, 2015

      @Dave Parks That is a really good point, which I had not considered before. Thank you for for pointing it out.

  • Ethan Ethan on Nov 11, 2015

    Submitted the form to me Rep's. DO THE SAME!