Perfectly legal in Kentucky, and you can benefit greatly by suppressing supersonic ammo. Subsonic is even quieter (at the muzzle AND downrange due to lack of sonic "crack.") Suppressors do very little in reducing muzzle velocity unless the barrel is ported massively ahead of the muzzle and in a few cases a suppressor can actually add velocity (i.e. 9" .300 AAC Blackout with 762SDN can.)
Last edited by Quickdraw Limpsalot; January 8, 2012 at 01:18 PM.