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Very fine line...if...the device reduces report by one decibel,and can be fit onto a firearm, you could be charged with a felony....not likely to happen,but it could be an issue...Good read here...http://www.pyramydai...cles/silencers/
Question: Could the shrouds from Maountain Air be considered a "silencer"? Is there an exclusion for airguns?
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I really don't know but you would think the government would prevent any of the shrouded barrel guns to be brought into the country or shipped via the United States Postal Service. I wish there was a more clear defining statement than above but there isn't. I don't believe these types of shrouds can be used on firearm because they aren't designed to do so. A firearm would destroy them in short order.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) has jurisdiction over firearms ONLY. In fact, U.S. Code specifically prohibits any federal, state or local municipality from declaring an airgun to be a firearm. Not only do the federal firearms laws NOT apply to airguns, they CANNOT be applied by law!
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