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Old October 1, 2015, 11:30 PM   #15
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I've never seen how a suppressor could be considered damaging in a self-defense related legal trial.

If the suppressor is legal and properly obtained, obviously the question is whether or not the shooting was justified. In reality, a .22 LR or a .500 S&W should be treated equally.

I'd be concerned about what would happen if someone else uses the setup (for example your husband or wife) to defend themselves, since I believe that the suppressor can only be used by the person listed on the ATF form. Someone would have to double check me on the rules here (I think a trust bypasses this).

If I had the money, I would include a suppressor as part of a home defense handgun.
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