Republican Presidential Candidate Donald J. Trump has announced the formation of a new organization called the Second Amendment Coalition. It is to be composed of women and men who are grassroots leaders, and elected officials with a record of fighting for the Second Amendment.
This is the first time in history that a candidate from either side of the aisle has put together any such coalition to defend our right to keep and bear arms.
The Second Amendment Coalition for Trump-Pence includes joint Chairmen Donald J. Trump, Jr. and Christopher Cox, and 62 co-chairs. These leaders will continue to advise Mr. Trump and Governor Pence as they protect our Supreme Court and our right to keep and bear arms.
One of the Second Amendment Coalition Co-Charis is SilencerCo’s CEO Joshua Waldron, who recently had the opportunity to meet with a prominent public figure of the 2016 presidential race: Donald Trump Jr.
He sat down with Mr. Trump to discuss issues that hit close to home for all of us and to get an up-close, personal look at what his father would fight for should he win the presidency.
This isn’t necessarily new-news, but with SilencerCo’s CEO as a co-chair of the Second Amendment Coalition, perhaps that means something positive for the Hearing Protection Act.
The Hearing Protection Act is a piece of legislation aimed at removing silencers from the NFA and instead having their transfer go through a traditional ATF Form 4473 – the same way you would purchase a standard rifle or pistol.
Meaning no $200 tax stamp. No excessive wait times. No fingerprint cards, passport photos, or Chief Law Enforcement Officer signature. No NFA trusts. A simple process, just like when you purchase most firearms through your dealer.
I don’t know about you, but that sounds pretty good to me.