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The Hearing Protection Act of 2021

Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) introduced the Hearing Protection Act, H.R. 95, legislation that would remove firearm suppressors from the list of definitions under the 1934 National Firearms Act (NFA).

Audiologist Touts Hearing Protection Act

As a designer and manufacturer dedicated to creating products that will improve sound reduction levels, it’s no surprise that SilencerCo stands in strong support of the Hearing Protection Act. Introduced in January by Congressmen Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., and John Carter, R-Texas, and applauded by the NRA, the bill would remove suppressors from the scope of the National Firearms Act.

Hearing Protection Act Would Remove Tax On Suppressors

U.S. Rep. Matt Salmon, R-Ariz., introduced the Hearing Protection Act (H.R. 3799) on Thursday.

Congress Needs To Hear From You On Hearing Protection Act

A recent news update at the NRA-ILA website is encouraging gun owners to contact their senators and representatives to urge them to support and cosponsor the Hearing Protection Act.

Doctor Group Publishes Paper Backing Hearing Protection Act

Editor Mark Chesnut explores the just-published paper by Doctors For Responsible Gun Ownership advocating for the Hearing Protection Act now under consideration in Congress.

Hearing Protection Act Introduced In Congress

U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., and U.S. Rep. John Carter, R-Texas, have introduced an important measure that gives gun owners and sportsmen the opportunity to better protect their hearing, a move that has drawn praise from the National Rifle Association.

Iowa Hearing Protection Act Heads To Governor

The Iowa House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to concur with the amended version of House File 2279.

Hearing Protection Act, Reciprocity Introduced Again

The bills, which stalled in Congress last session, are back on the agenda.

Josh Waldron Of SilencerCo On The Hearing Protection Act

SilencerCo CEO Josh Waldron talks about the benefits of deregulating suppressors.

CDC Report Shows Why Hearing Protection Act Is Needed

A CDC study recently found that a staggering 40 million American adults—including one-fourth of people 20-69—have lost some hearing because of noise. Even more noteworthy, 53 percent of those with hearing loss claimed to have no occupational exposure to excessive noise—a number which likely includes many shooters and hunters.

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