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Old 02-04-2013, 01:51 PM
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Default Suppressor Bill 2013 - SB 93

SB 93 is the new suppressor bill. It still has a ways to go through the process. I believe last year it passed in the Senate but it did not make it through committee in the House. Hopefully it will pass this year. If you agree, contact your local representative and encourage them to support this bill.

Link to bill - http://www.legis.ga.gov/legislation/...20132014/SB/93
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You got a summary of what the bill does?
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You got a summary of what the bill does?
The Bill would allow you to hunt with a suppressor. It also adds a penalty of a three year hunting license suspension for anyone convicted of hunting without landowner permission, hunting in an area that is closed for hunting, or hunting big game out of season or at night with a firearm equipped with a suppressor.

New additions to O.C.G.A. 27-3-4 would be:

(a)(9) Any firearm otherwise authorized for use in the hunting or taking of game may be equipped with a suppressor, provided that the user is authorized to possess such suppressor and he or she has registered the suppressor in accordance with the dictates of the National Firearms Act, 68A Stat. 725 (26 U.S.C. Sections 5841-5862). For the purposes of this paragraph, the term 'suppressor' means any device for quieting or diminishing the report of any portable weapon such as a rifle, carbine, pistol, revolver, machine gun, shotgun, fowling piece, or other device from which a shot, bullet, or projectile may be discharged by an explosive.

(b) The hunting privileges of any person who has been convicted of violating the provisions of this title or any rule or regulation promulgated pursuant thereto by hunting without landowner permission, hunting in an area that is closed for hunting, or by hunting big game out of season or at night with a firearm equipped with a suppressor shall be suspended for three years.

I should have posted this in the Deer Hunting forum.
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I wonder how many of the members here will oppose this again? I was pretty surprised at the amount of ignorance shown around here the last time this was brought up.

Let's hope this one passes!
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I wonder how many of the members here will oppose this again? I was pretty surprised at the amount of ignorance shown around here the last time this was brought up.

Let's hope this one passes!
I'm with you. Simply put, suppressors ought to be legal, non NFA items used... everywhere. It's a little bit corny, but ir a criminal wants to use a suppressor, there is nothing to stop him (he is, after all, a criminal!). Thus, suppressor laws only affect legal gun owners, and should not be NFA items.
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I hope it passes. I'd also love for night vision/night hunting to become legal

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It's already legal. You can hunt predators at night with night vision.
My old ears hope it passes for daytime hunting.
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Hope it passes also. Night Hunting for Hogs would benefit more from it than anything else (JMHO). Night hunting on WMA's would be nice to allow people to go get Hogs.
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Old 02-07-2013, 10:23 AM
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Every year this bill gets crushed! I've been waiting years to be able to hunt with a suppressor, I don't think it will ever happen in Ga. To many people with to much power that just don't have a clue!
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The House of Representatives is the holdup. I am pasting below a quote that someone posted on another forum last year. SB-301 was last year's bill, basically the same as this year's.

"My GA State House rep. called me to let me know he spoke with Rep. Jon Burns this afternoon about the status of SB 301 in his House committee. Rep. Burns basically said that he doesn't want to have a committee vote on SB 301 because they don't have the votes for it to pass out of committee. They don't want to go on record as appearing anti-gun or anti-hunting, so they'd rather not be faced with taking a stand on the issue. Many of the committee members have concerns over poaching, trespassing,"
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It's already legal. You can hunt predators at night with night vision.
My old ears hope it passes for daytime hunting.
That may be true, but I'm referring to deer.
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This could be the best thing to happen to squirrel hunters since the .22 rimfire!
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Call YOUR state senator and ask them to support the bill.

Anyone who thinks poachers would risk 10 years in Leavenworth to make a homemade suppressor, or would buy one ($$$) and pay the $200 tax, get LEO sign-off, wait 6+ months for the stamp to be approved, etc so they could poach deer, is delusional, or ignorant at best.
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Call YOUR state senator and ask them to support the bill.

Anyone who thinks poachers would risk 10 years in Leavenworth to make a homemade suppressor, or would buy one ($$$) and pay the $200 tax, get LEO sign-off, wait 6+ months for the stamp to be approved, etc so they could poach deer, is delusional, or ignorant at best.
You are allowed to make homemade suppressors. You just have to get the tax stamp beforehand I get what you are saying of course, just don't want people to think that they can't make their own.

Honestly though, why would anybody spend that much money on a suppressor to poach? It would be a whole lot cheaper to get into a hunting club or lease their own land.
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Call YOUR state senator and ask them to support the bill.
And your state Representative. If you don't know who they are you can look them up on the Secretary of State website.
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I had heard Burns himself was against the passage of this bill. Something to the effect that they had trouble with poachers on their property and felt it would encourage more poaching.
I would have voted against him in the last election based on this but he was the only one running for that seat.
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Emailed Burns yesterday and asked him to support it this time. Sent copy of my email to my friends and asked them to put their names on it and send it to him as well.
Please reach out to him and let him know that we want to hunt "hearing safe".
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At least legalize it for nuisance game, hogs yotes and beavers.
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If I was going to poach, I would use a cross bow instead.

Much more quiet than any suppressed weapon I've ever heard.
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It is looking like this bill will not make it past crossover day.
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The suppressor bill did not even make it to a vote in the senate this year. Maybe next year.
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The Bill (HB 93) came out of committee with a recommendation to pass. The Lt. Gov quashed the Bill and would not put it on the calendar for cross-over day.
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Senate Rules Committee has it on the Senate calendar for today.
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Great news, I hope it makes it this year.
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Full Senate press release:

Senate Passes Bill Allowing Suppressors on Hunting Firearms

ATLANTA (February 26, 2014) | Senate Bill 93, sponsored by Sen. Bill Heath (R-Bremen), passed the Georgia State Senate today by a vote of 43 to 10. If signed into law, the bill will allow the use of suppressors on legal hunting firearms.

“I sponsored this legislation to allow responsible firearm owners to use suppressors while hunting in Georgia,” said Sen. Heath. “This is a good measure and I look forward to working with my colleagues in the House to make suppressors a reality.”

Under this bill, all suppressors must be registered in accordance with the National Firearms Act. Any violations of state or federal hunting laws will result in a misdemeanor and the revocation of privileges for three years. These violations include: hunting without explicit permission from the landowner, hunting in closed areas and hunting big game out of season or after dusk with a firearm equipped with a suppressor.

Suppressors also assist in protecting hunters’ hearing, effectively reducing the overall decibel level of the firearm.

Senate Bill 93 will now be passed to the House of Representatives for consideration.
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Call your rep today and urge them to support SB 93. My rep is Mark Hamilton and has heard from me today. Lets get behind this and get it passed.

I have a SureFire SOCOM 5.56 can for my SPR (special pig rifle) and would love to hunt with it. It is still definitely louder than a crossbow, as no suppressor can do anything about the supersonic crack of a 70 Barnes TSX going 2700 fps. Kills pigs DRT.
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I hope it makes it this time, I contacted my state rep yesterday and asked my friends to do the same. It seems to have more momentum this time around!
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Bump. Not sure where this bill is, but it needs to be passed. Y'all stay on your reps. Be sure to spin it as a hunting bill, NOT a gun bill, which it ain't. HB875/60 is a gun bill, this is not.

Mark the calendar for the May 20 primaries so you can help vote out and run off any incumbents that need to go for not supporting hunters and gun owners.
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He is just running interference for the raw Deal in the Governors office.
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Sen Jon Burns and the speaker need to have their in-box full and the phone ringing off the hook. I got an email from Sen Bill Heath that said JB was the one "fighting this bill from day 1". HIs personal feelings should not subvert the will of the people.

Please call his office and ask him to allow a vote on SB 93. This has to be done NOW as there is only 2-3 days left in the session for 2014.
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Tmoore mentioned that in FL it's legal for varmints.

Legal in 31 states
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https://www.facebook.com/americansil...03063831863230

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Our friends at Daniel Defense have made contacting your Georgia legislator as simple as clicking the link and hitting send. Please take the time to do so. Your suppressor hunting rights hang in the balance.
More at link. Just know that this has already passed the Senate.
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Any new news? I thought they were supposed to vote on this today?
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Any new news? I thought they were supposed to vote on this today?
Senate amended SB93 with HB60. HB 875 also amended with HB60 by house.

HB60 is on house floor and will put for vote any moment.
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Bump. I know my district is supportive. I hope the rest of our messages were heard.
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It was included in HB 60 and passed! Now it goes to the guv.
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Maybe I'm missing something, but didn't suppressors and campus carry all get rolled into hb60? If so, according to this thread, Gov. Deal is opposed:

http://forum.gon.com/showthread.php?...18#post8574618
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Maybe I'm missing something, but didn't suppressors and campus carry all get rolled into hb60? If so, according to this thread, Gov. Deal is opposed:

http://forum.gon.com/showthread.php?...18#post8574618
They did roll both the suppressor bill and the college carry bill into HB 60, but the college carry provision was removed from the final version. Presumably that was Deal's only opposition, and he will sign the final version of HB 60 into law.
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Here is the language of the bill regarding hunting with suppressors:

The use of silencers or suppressors for hunting within this state is prohibited;
54 provided, however, that a silencer or suppressor may be used for hunting on the private
55 property of the person using such silencer or suppressor, on private property for which
56 the owner of such property has provided verifiable permission to the person using such
57 silencer or suppressor, and on public lands in areas designated by the department.

As I read that, it means the DNR-WRD can effectively allow or deny the use of a suppressor on WMAs and other STATE public lands at their whim. This also says I need to get written permission from my lease owner to use a suppressor, just like I would need to have to bait deer (in the southern zone). This also does not allow use of suppressors on Federal lands, such a Corp of Engineers land or NWRs. I have not checked the Fed laws to see if suppressors are explicitly forbidden.

In sum, if/when the bill becomes law, you will only be able to use a suppressor on private lands you either own or have written permission from the land owner to use suppressors.

My guess is the DNR-WRD will NOT allow suppressors on WMAs, based on past experience and a healthy dose of skepticism.

As usual, not what we asked for, but better than nothing. If Deal wants to keep his NRA "A" rating he will have to sign this. So after July 1 it will take effect.

I predict a run on suppressors in GA and increased wait times for ATF Form 1/4 approval, which are already criminally long, taking almost a year. I doubt you will be able to get a stamp back from the BATF in less than 10 months, which means you will not take possession before the 2014 deer season is over. So ya better get a move on if you want one and don't have it already.

HOLD THE PHONE: waiting for the official wording of the bill.
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Final version: http://www.legis.ga.gov/legislation/...20132014/HB/60

Please call the governor and politely ask for him to sign HB60.
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