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    A couple questions about suppressors. I will more than likely be moving back to Michigan in the next few years and would like to know how or what I need to do with transferring Suppressors.

    I remember Mike Cox did something about the machine gun law in Michigan and was somehow going to transfer to suppressors.
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    As far as I know suppressors and SBR's are still NOT legal in MI.


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    Supressors, SBR and SBS are NOT legal in Michigan.

    Sorry,you haveto sell them.



    Although you could transfer them tomy company(07 FFL) ATEI.

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    dougwg wrote:
    Supressors, SBR and SBS are NOT legal in Michigan.

    Sorry,you haveto sell them.



    Although you could transfer them tomy company (07 FFL) ATEI.
    I was hopeing there may be something in legislation or in the works that someone may know about. I would just transfer them to Top Gun if I could, or maybe I can transfer them to my station? Ill look more into it when the time comes. Just woundering.
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