By Nick Leghorn
The very first time I went hunting with a suppressed SBR, I was hooked. Walking out into the woods without any hearing protection made the experience infinitely more enjoyable — not to mention safer. Not only was I able to hear the approaching wildlife and enjoy the great outdoors, but I could also better hear my buddies and make sure I wasn’t slinging hot lead their way. There’s no way I would ever go hunting without a can ever again. Slowly but surely this is becoming the norm in the United States, and word comes from the NRA that Michigan has become the latest state to legalize this safer and more enjoyable method of hunting . . .
From the presser:
Yesterday, February 11 2016, the Michigan Natural Resources Commission (NRC) voted to repeal the long-standing state prohibition on hunting with legally possessed firearm sound suppressors.
With the repeal of Wildlife Conservation Order 2.1(6), Michigan becomes the 38th state to recognize the utility of suppressor technology for law-abiding sportsmen.
While several iterations of the rule change were contemplated over the past several months, the NRC ultimately decided that an outright repeal of the prohibition on suppressed hunting was in the best …Read the Rest
Source:: Truth About Guns