The National Firearms Act of 1934 (NFA) was created in a very different world that the one we’re living in now, and many parts of the NFA—such as restrictions and interpretations regarding the differences between “pistols” and “short-barrelled rifles”—are now clearly utterly absurd.

Can we agree that the arbitrary short-barreled rifle and suppressors provisions of the National Firearms Act are simply obsolete, and the law needs to be heavily revised?

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