Vermont Legislature Passes Suppressor Bill

Some very good news out of Vermont. A bipartisan bill has been passed by the state’s legislature to make private ownership of sound suppressors legal. If the act is signed into law, this would make Vermont the 40th state in the union to recognize the right.

The American Suppressor Association has worked hard to make this possible. But there’s more work to be done, and that’s where you come in.

This, from the ASA’s release:

“The American Suppressor Association is working hard with Rep. Brennan to ensure that this bill becomes law, and we are very excited about the prospect of bringing suppressor ownership to Vermont. However, we need your help. Although we expect Gov. Shumlin to sign H. 5 into law, we ask that you reach out to him to let him know just how important this issue is.

Please call and email Gov. Shumlin and politely ask him to support of the legalization of suppressors by signing H. 5 into law. His contact information is available through this link.