TOMORROW: Legal Risks of Using a Suppressor for Home Defense

Tomorrow, Sept. 16, we’ll be covering a particularly interesting topic in our weekly live Law of Self Defense News/Q&A Show, and exploring the legal risks of using a suppressor in home defense.

TOMORROW: Legal Risks of Using a Suppressor for Home Defense

That show airs live tomorrow, Sept. 16, at 4PM ET on the Law of Self Defense Facebook page ( and at the member dashboard for our Law of Self Defense Members (

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We will also, as time permits, be answering ​live questions from our audience, as well as questions submitted to us before the show at the email address


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1 thought on “TOMORROW: Legal Risks of Using a Suppressor for Home Defense”

  1. Although this may not be the subject of the Q and A show, this latest news might be of interest as it seems to touch on many of Mr. Blanca’s lessons about what is, and is not, relevant evidence that can be used in a homicide trial. (it is also an update on the Rittenhouse case):

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