Warning: Floridians now posed to be killed by boolits more than evah!

The use of silencers for hunting has been approved.:

DATE: November 21, 2014
TO: USF & NRA Member and Friends
FROM: Marion P. Hammer
USF Executive Director
NRA Past President

At their meeting in Key Largo, Florida, today, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted to remove the ban on using silencers/suppressors on pistols and rifles for hunting deer, gray squirrels, rabbits, wild turkeys, quail and crows.

Using silencers/suppressors on pistols, rifles and shotguns for all other legal hunting was already allowed.

Following the suppressor vote, the Commission also voted to authorize an Executive Order to lift the ban immediately and allow hunting with suppressors to begin at once.

Following that vote, Executive Order # EO 14-32 was signed. Using suppressor-equipped rifles, pistols and shotguns is now legal for all hunting in Florida.

So now Florida joins the other states where hunting with silencers is allowed…and nothing bad has happened.

One Reply to “Warning: Floridians now posed to be killed by boolits more than evah!”

  1. I figure a suppressed 22 with subsonic ammo is just the thing for killing nutria rats that are invading the Florida Keys. The NOLA PD are doing this to great effect in LA.

    Years ago, I went under my house with some .22 shorts to clear out a family of opossums. Bout as loud as a nail gun out of a little Browning BLR. Worked like a charm.




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