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Suppress

To stop something or someone; to prevent, prohibit, or subdue.

To suppress evidence is to keep it from being admitted at trial by showing either that it was illegally obtained or that it is irrelevant.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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When I began testing suppressors, it received a Yankee Hill mount, and the abuse got even worse.
dB Suppressor Foam comes in two sizes and is as easy to manage as a can of shaving cream.
In order for a suppressor to work, one must have a firearm.
Gemtech began as a group of leading designers with roots in the suppressor business going back to 1976.
A proper sound suppressor makes you a more courteous and neighborly shooter, masks the direction of the shot while hunting and preserves your capacity to assess your surroundings and communicate should you ever have to use your weapon for real, particularly indoors.
With a couple of the loads, and any of the suppressors mounted, I was able to put almost all the shots out of a magazine onto one of our 100-yard gongs from off-hand.
Although the advantages in protecting one's hearing and aiding alertness in the field are undeniable, the cost of a good suppressor is prohibitive and the application process onerous and expensive.
Todd Gardner, head honcho at SLR Rifleworks might take mercy on you, but then again, he may be too busy making even more of his excellent suppressors to do more than tell you what I'd tell you; "Get a bucket of Kroil, and soak it for a few weeks." After all, other customers want their suppressors, why should they wait because you neglected cleaning?
Code, find the applicable federal gun rights law that secures the right to own such suppressors.
Columbia Falls, MT, April 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Gun sound suppressors look pretty straightforward and simple at first glance, but there is actually a lot of careful planning and designing that goes into making a suppressor.
Independent Rental Owner (IRO) Brent Sobol has used stovetop fire suppressors since 2000 and says he hasn't had a fire claim since.