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Even with a suppressor in place, an AR-15 rifle is roughly as loud as a jackhammer.
In some states, that means a buyer could walk out of a store with a suppressor on the same day, after an instant background check.
In other words, a rifle still sounds like a gun even with a suppressor.
Poised to benefit from the new legislation, Sturm Ruger in the past year has ramped up its offering of silencers, while American Outdoor Brands in July bought suppressor maker Gemini Technologies.
Buy Photo In the four years since actress Angelina Jolie went public with her decision to have mastectomies to prevent breast cancer, the BRCA tumor-suppressor genes have achieved a level of popular fame rarely seen in the world of genetics.
This was the most remarkable collection of vote-suppressors since the last time that Ross Barnett dined alone.
The search turned up nine guns, three knives, brass knuckles, suppressors, and various types of ammunition.
But these tumour-suppressor genes, too, are subject to mutation.
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