Here in Florida the local Sheriff must OK your ownership of a suppressor or other Title II weapon. He must sign a letter so stating. I've not been charged for the letter...(but then again Ken is a friend of mine )I wouldn't doubt that Olsoul, but around here all the Sheriff wants is the money. I stop in an renew my cc permit in two minutes. I've never even met the Sheriff. No letter required for suppressor.
Aint that the truty. Now I'm seeing nigh vision drones so that you can find them in the dark.....sneak up on em. This isn't going to end money wise. At least drones and scopes I can purchase any old day, no wait. 300 blackout is good for what specifically? 1917That might be the best option. Around here guys are always looking for an opportunity to shoot hogs. If you have to wait 9 months you may not have a farm left.
White tail deer hunting by an experienced hunter who: 1) has already mastered camoflage, scent control, trigger discipline and shot placement -- allowing him/her to get up close and personal for a well-placed shot; 2) has selected a .300 BLK round/load that reliably expands at the velocity it will be traveling; 3) understands the effective lethal ranges of the round/load s/he's using; and 4) is willing and able to track the animal's blood trail (in the same way archery-based hunters often must) if need be.300 blackout is good for what specifically?