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Old 11-24-2014, 01:54 PM   #1
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This is great for coyote hunting.

http://www.nraila.org/legislation/state-legislation/2014/11/florida-alert-fwc-removes-ban-on-suppressors-for-hunting.aspx
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Old 11-25-2014, 02:52 PM   #2
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Once Texas allowed the use for hunting I bought mine.
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Just took a doe last Saturday with it as well.


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Here it is in PDF in case you're interested. By habit I keep a copy of firearms laws in my truck at all times, in case I get hasseled by a Barney Fife who didn't get the memo...

http://myfwc.com/media/2949969/EO14-32.pdf
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To me it is hearing protection. Especially at the range when some AH with a ported magnum moves in next to you. In Europe it is considered impolite to not use a suppressor and the are available over the counter with no extra fees.
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This is worth saving for..Does anyone here know where to get the paperwork to start jumping hoops for a Trust??
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The dealer you intend to purchase from should have all the help that you need.
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Awesome...This will be my Christmas Gift to Me....
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Will a Suppressor change the POA on your gun much like a muzzle break??
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Will a Suppressor change the POA on your gun much like a muzzle break??

Depends on how concentric the threads are to the bore on the rifle. My savage shoots the same with or without the suppressor.


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Make sure when you purchase one, you get the right one, Mine is a Torch from Liberty, a 223 can, also use it on a 17HMR, 22Mag, 6x45 and 243 win, all no louder than a unsuppresed 22lr, think of a 9mm can will also work on 35 cal. rifle as well as pistols, works great on 300 Blackout too.
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