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The gun silencers are now a thing, with many silencers being made by companies like SilencerCo.
and Silent Tech.
Many of them are cheap, made of wood, and look a lot like silencers.
The company’s founder, John Pappas, says he’s made about 200 of them.
“There’s no way to quantify the value of the silencer,” Pappes said in an interview.
“You just can’t buy one.
The price goes up and up.
You can’t afford one.
But there’s no better tool in the toolbox.”
SilencerCo, the makers of the popular AR-15 silencer, has a website that allows customers to search for a particular model.
It also has a Facebook page that allows users to buy and sell the same model of silencer.
(Facebook is owned by Facebook.)
SilencerTech, another manufacturer, sells silencers for $50 to $200.
Papps said the price varies depending on the model.
“Silencer techs are really easy to find, and they have a very good response rate,” he said.
“We have had people who have spent a little more than $100 on one.”
Silencers, or other noise-reduction devices, are an emerging technology in law enforcement, and the gun silencing market has exploded in the past decade.
Many officers are looking for the cheapest option, said James Gannon, director of firearms for the New York City Police Department.
“In the past, silencers were expensive.
Now they’re cheap, and it’s not necessarily a good idea to buy a silencers,” he added.
The technology is also becoming more widely used by law enforcement in private homes, Gannon said.
He said he has had some complaints about silencers from officers.
The number of silencers sold in the United States last year jumped more than 600 per cent, according to data compiled by the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
A report released by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, a gun control advocacy group, estimated that 1,300 officers used silencers in 2016, with some of those people having used them for more than 20 years.
Many people are concerned about the safety of silencing, and some are calling for more stringent regulations on silencers, including a ban on silencer sales.
Last year, the New Jersey Legislature approved a bill to require that silencers be banned.
The measure was later blocked by Gov.
Chris Christie, who has also signed a bill banning silencers statewide.
In Pennsylvania, a bill has also been proposed that would ban the sale of silences.
But some people are also concerned about silencer use in the hands of civilians.
“If you’re going to be using your silencers on a gun that has an unloaded firearm, and you have a loaded firearm on it, then that’s going to create a serious safety issue,” said Mike Davis, executive director of the Pennsylvania Gun Owners’ Association.
In the wake of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in 2012, a group of lawmakers in New York and Massachusetts introduced a bill that would require a silencing device to be installed on a firearm in the state, and in the case of silenced guns, in a gun silo.
But the legislation was struck down in 2014, in part because it didn’t include an exemption for law enforcement officers, and because it was too broad.
“We are seeing a trend in the gun control movement to get away from gun owners,” said Matt Welch, executive vice president of the Brady Center to Prevent Guns.
“They’re trying to take away our right to own a firearm.”