How Can Using a Suppressed Weapon In Self/Home Defense Get You Convicted?
I see posts on discussion forums, where someone mentions wanting to use something such as an AR with 11.5" upper and suppressor for HD. And almost immediately, someone practically chews them out about how sorry they will be if they use it in defense of there home.
Where in any law does it say you cannot use a legally owned NFA item to defend yourself?
All a suppressor would be doing in a HD situation is keeping your gun quiet enough to not deafen you for life. Not to mention giving you a gun that recoils less, depending on the suppressor.
So, could someone explain how a suppressor, attached to a gun long before it needs used, makes you a murderer/
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