Originally Posted by Captains1911
The cost of the suppressor and the $200 tax stamp have absolutely nothing to do with each other.
Well, there's no direct
relationship but I maintain that the $200 expense does indirectly lead to higher prices by, 1, creating an expectation of a higher end product and, 2, discouraging lower income buyers thereby pushing the market toward pricier products.
After all, who would pay $200 to own a $50 product? Somehow, $200 doesn't seem so bad when the product is $800.