The Firearms Industry Consulting Group, a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., is pleased to announce that it was retained by Dead Air Armament (“Dead Air”) to prepare a detailed filing in opposition to ATF’s Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“ANPR”) 29P. Dead Air has combined the brains and passion of both Mike Pappas and Gary Hughes to bring to the market some of the most innovative and anticipated silencers of the past year.
Because there is a delay in the posting of newly filed comments on http://www.regulations.gov, a copy is available for your viewing here.
An inspection of the docket this morning showed that no other silencer companies have filed a comment in opposition to this ANPR, making Dead Air the first in the silencer industry to take charge in the fight to prevent additional, unnecessary regulations.
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So like what is the problem with marking the tube?
That’s where I mark my Form 1 suppressors. More room there anyway.
IMO, if you mark a removable end cap and remove it, you now have an unregistered silencer (ATF’s nomenclature) as the tube and baffles are the suppressor, NOT the end cap.