Donald Trump Jr. fires a silencer-equipped rifle during a September visit to the Utah firm SilencerCo. Silencers, currently subject to taxes and wait periods, could become a mass-market option for gun enthusiasts if the unified Republican government pushes for deregulation.
Donald Trump Jr. fires a silencer-equipped rifle during a September visit to the Utah firm SilencerCo. Silencers, currently subject to taxes and wait periods, could become a mass-market option for gun enthusiasts if the unified Republican government pushes for deregulation. Contributed by SilencerCo Courtesy of SilencerCo
Donald Trump Jr. fires a silencer-equipped rifle during a September visit to the Utah firm SilencerCo. Silencers, currently subject to taxes and wait periods, could become a mass-market option for gun enthusiasts if the unified Republican government pushes for deregulation. Contributed by SilencerCo Courtesy of SilencerCo

Gun silencers are hard to buy. Republicans and Donald Trump Jr. want to change that.

January 09, 2017 06:41 PM