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Posted: 11/19/2012 2:30:20 PM EST
And they finally updated it for SBR's, SBS's a supressors to reflect the actual law...

Surprised noone mentioned it yet.
Link Posted: 11/19/2012 4:01:34 PM EST
Hmm, I never noticed the change in the regulations till you mentioned it. I didn't see any mention at all about suppresors in the new regulations, I know you can use them but I believe it used to say you couldn't.
Link Posted: 11/19/2012 4:14:02 PM EST
So they said what was legal is still legal then.

Never said you couldn't use SBR/SBS, Can's. ONly thing it said you couldn't use was MG.
Link Posted: 11/19/2012 4:47:46 PM EST
Originally Posted By reelman:
Hmm, I never noticed the change in the regulations till you mentioned it. I didn't see any mention at all about suppresors in the new regulations, I know you can use them but I believe it used to say you couldn't.


Used to say "it is illegal to possess a rifle with a barell less than 16" .." or something like that
Link Posted: 11/20/2012 3:21:35 AM EST

Originally Posted By Garage:
Originally Posted By reelman:
Hmm, I never noticed the change in the regulations till you mentioned it. I didn't see any mention at all about suppresors in the new regulations, I know you can use them but I believe it used to say you couldn't.


Used to say "it is illegal to possess a rifle with a barell less than 16" .." or something like that

This. I actually have a letter from the DNR saying that the hunting regulation booklet is wrong just in case I get stopped by a game warden.
Link Posted: 11/20/2012 4:36:37 AM EST
Originally Posted By TescoVee:

Originally Posted By Garage:
Originally Posted By reelman:
Hmm, I never noticed the change in the regulations till you mentioned it. I didn't see any mention at all about suppresors in the new regulations, I know you can use them but I believe it used to say you couldn't.


Used to say "it is illegal to possess a rifle with a barell less than 16" .." or something like that

This. I actually have a letter from the DNR saying that the hunting regulation booklet is wrong just in case I get stopped by a game warden.


Same here.

They failed to mention the grey area in the past. Technically, a barrel of less than 16" IS illegal.......unless registered under NFA.
Link Posted: 11/20/2012 7:14:36 AM EST
Originally Posted By TescoVee:

Originally Posted By Garage:
Originally Posted By reelman:
Hmm, I never noticed the change in the regulations till you mentioned it. I didn't see any mention at all about suppresors in the new regulations, I know you can use them but I believe it used to say you couldn't.


Used to say "it is illegal to possess a rifle with a barell less than 16" .." or something like that

This. I actually have a letter from the DNR saying that the hunting regulation booklet is wrong just in case I get stopped by a game warden.

It is just me but I would say you can ignore that letter. They clearly spell out Short barrel shotgun and short barrel rifle in this release of the regs on page 20.

SBR and SBS for hunting



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