ASA Election Day Raffle | Win a Maxim 9, Tax Stamp Included!
How would you like your chance at winning a Maxim 9? How about a DDM4 PDW Pistol? Or maybe a Glock 44 .22LR Pistol? Well, not only can you have a chance at winning one of these awesome prizes, but Silencer Shop will be covering your $200 tax stamp!
There are also a few silencers thrown into the prize bucket, again coming with a paid-for tax stamp, thanks to Silencer Shop.
And what exactly is it your money is going toward—besides a chance to win one of five prize packages?
Support Suppressor Rights
Currently, the ASA is campaigning to end the taxation of suppressors. If you didn’t know already, suppressors require you to purchase a $200 tax stamp because it falls under the NFA’s list.
So, even though several states say you can legally have suppressors, the NFA says you have to first own a fancy tax stamp to be legal—the ASA wants to end that.
If you’re interested in helping expand suppressor rights, head on over to ASA and purchase your raffle ticket(s). The raffle is open from September 14-October 1.
“Help keep us in your favorite (or least favorite) legislator’s office by purchasing a raffle ticket (or a hundred) to support ASA’s mission to protect and expand your suppressor rights! Every ticket purchased helps ensure a quieter America for generations to come. And hey, you could win one of five incredible prizes, including a Maxim 9 in the process, with all tax stamps included!”
Pistol mags: you need some? We have ’em for every conceivable handgun make and model.
Silencers: Read more about ’em.
See more of our articles about the NFA.
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