March 2011 Archives

March 31, 2011

Silencers may be legal to use in Washington State Soon

While it has been legal to purchase a silencer or suppressor for a firearm in Washington State, it has been illegal to use them.  That may change soon as a bill has passed the house and senate that allows for the use of a silencer if it is legally owned under the NFA.

While it is reported that the governor will probably not sign it, the bill is expected to become law by the failure to veto it within the allotted time under state law.

This will be good news for those who already own silencers in the State of Washington.  We will update you once it becomes legal to use them.  For more information on Title II firearms in the State of Washington contact a Gun Trust Lawyer®

March 22, 2011

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March 22, 2011

NFA Ranges by State

We are beginning to gather a list of Ranges which allow the use of NFA Firearms, If you are a range or know of one who does, please let us know and we will add them to our list.

Please visit our NFA Ranges page for the list

March 22, 2011

Firearms Training Page

We have begun to collect names from our clients and dealers regarding firearms training facilities that they have had a good experience with. We will be adding them to the page periodically. If you have one you would like to recommend, please let us know and we will add it to our Firearms Training Page

March 21, 2011

Utah now has a State Gun

utah-state-gun.jpgUtah is the first state to add an official state firearm -- the John M. Browning-designed M1911 pistol, becoming the first state in the nation to have one, according to the state legislator who sponsored the law.

State Rep. Carl Wimmer, a Republican who was a police officer and SWAT team commander, came up with the idea for a state firearm last year after hearing about how Pennsylvania lawmakers wanted to make the Pennsylvania long rifle its official state firearm, Wimmer told CNN on Friday.