…did he fire 15 shots or only 14? Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But you have to ask yourself one question…do I feel lucky?
With one of these devices on the end of my evil, ugly, plastic, foreign made black .40 Glock (definitely NOT a 1911 John Browning .45ACP object of holy worship) it probably would be hard to tell if I fired all 15 shots. Add a laser sight and this would be one menacing work of art. Being a polite person would I think of disturbing my neighbors at 2am while protecting my family from home invaders?
I did not know these devices were legally available to law abiding citizens living in a free republic protected by the second amendment. Here’s a site that offers noise suppression devices (silencers) for various firearms.
The FAQ portion of the site explains all the jumps and bullsh!t one must go through to legally posses one. Indiana is one of the states that permits possession of a noise suppressor. After all, we live in a free world here in the Hoosier State. NOTE: Failure to comply can result in a $250,000 fine, 10 years in prison, or both.
Interesting. The damn suppression device costs more than the Glock so a suppressor is just not for me. I really don’t care if my neighbors hear the sound of self defense in action at 2am. coming from my place. In the future they might think twice about letting their damn dogs crap on my lawn before walking away empty handed.
Dan might like this model. It’s built with a vertically integrated suppressor barrel, nothing to screw in or add to the barrel length. He could practice in his Madison back yard and nobody would ever know.
BTW, Gunstock ll Reloaded is only six months away.