If you are new to the world of suppressors, I'd suggest finding one can that can work on multiple guns. The Osprey is a solid choice and has many advantages you won't find on the typical suppressor.
No matter what you think about the Reformation, one thing is certain: any product that shines a light on the insanity and pointlessness of the NFA is a good thing.
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<p>Following the leaked ATF whitepaper suggesting suppressors be deregulated, gun enthusiasts have created a petition on petitions.whitehouse.gov and just surpassed the require 100k signatures!</p>
<p>The run up to SHOT Show 2018 just got a heck-of-a-lot more interesting. Sure, there were some odd guns getting a bit of buzz, but nothing like the rampant speculation that has followed in the wake of a humble press release from Franklin Armory. So what's all the hype about? It looks like Franklin has found a loophole. They're calling their new gun The Reformation.</p>