Heard that trump will sign into law that you can buy a supressor with just background check like a gun?? something about ear protecting for people
I think you'll see a lot of cheaper lesser quality suppressors available, especially for .22lr.dr poopgiggle said:If it does pass it'll be interesting to see what happens to the suppressor market. If they're no longer a huge PITA to get, I think you'll see cheaper units. I'm told that in countries that require suppressors for hunting, you can buy disposable ones for pretty cheap.
Think you could send your kid to the store for a few pieces of metal and ship them to me? ðŸ™„slemmo said:In Norway they are completely unregulated. It's a piece of metal you can send your kid to the store and get. They are extremely popular here as a lot of people don't like wearing earpro when hunting.
um because they're for silently eliminating sentries in covert assaults on military installations. don't they even have video games in norway?slemmo said:But for something that just helps reduce noise, it's completely baffling (haha) that you can't buy them unregulated everywhere.
I think if more people buy them, and more get made, then *it's possible* that you'll see prices on current models decrease due to economies of scale.Wall said:I don't think you'll see much flux in the price of suppressors of the quality we currently have. The cost isn't really inflated on those we currently see on the market. The materials like titanium & iconel, etc, aren't cheap & neither are the tooling & machine resources that goes into turning that material into suppressor components.
Possible but again the cost of material & tooling isn't changing. Maybe the can shave a little cost by increasing the volume at each process in production. It'll be interesting to see (that's IF the HPA passes).dr poopgiggle said:I think if more people buy them, and more get made, then *it's possible* that you'll see prices on current models decrease due to economies of scale.