Suppressors have been a hot topic in the industry of late—and something that NRA-ILA has been keeping an eye on for hunters, too. Among the hurdles they face though, is a general unfamiliarity from much of the hunting and shooting community. In hopes of turning that tide, the American Suppressor Association hosted a suppressor shoot during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits outside Nashville, Tenn. last week. American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz had the opportunity to discuss the issue with Association President Knox Williams. Relive their discussion—and learn a few things—with the video embedded here.
Video: Q&A With the American Suppressor Association
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