Ever wonder why that tax was imposed instead of a direct restriction or total ban on certain types of weapons? Could it be that in 1934 the Government actually believed in what the 2nd amendment said? Instead of what later happened when the Government told the people that they decided the 'the people' meant the government and 'shall not infringe' meant that the Government could infringe if they needed to?
Originally Posted by HotGuns
Since that tax was established in 1934, in today's worth it would be over 3300 bucks per suppressor.Luckily for us, its about the only tax left that hasn't been raised.