Re: air rifle supressor
Comingbackdown: I think you have a point, if the airgun surpressor flew into a million pieces, at the first shot , with a more powerful round, the way the 'system' is supposed to work, there would then be no evidence, no no charge, no trial, and thus, no conviction.
How much do you trust the idea of how 'the system is supposed to work' ?
Personnally, I have a little dog who would be very old, after I did ten years, for such a gamble, on the legal system, of whom I am much fonder than any of the guns, or accessories, I will ever own.
Lemme say it like this: The dog is a reported 'Behavioral problem', accused of attacking children, on bicycles, old men, in walkers, and UPS truck drivers, in their diesel trucks, and biting them; this presents some legal exposure. That's why I have her again, after a TWO year hiatus, in other homes.
I have worked her in the most extreme conditions I can find, for two solid weeks, and with me, her performance is close to perfect!
But, understand, I know dogs, and have worked with them since I was very young, with hand and voice commands, most succesfully.
But, dogs are honest; if we agree that this is good, that is bad, it will ever be so; this is not the deal with Government Agencies, and is the total point of the post: My 'Lawsuit dog' presents to me much less exposure than a 'cut and dried' deal with BATF, because I can depend on the dog!
If you want a surpressor, for an air rifle, do what you gotta do, but watch your six, me, Georgia has it covered!
Don't start no s**t and there won't be none, Terry