Silencers are legal in Washington state

See below:

Suppressors

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Snohomish County Sheriff now allows online CPL renewals!

New Concealed Pistol License Applicants will still need to schedule a fingerprint appointment.  But CPL holders can renew online here:

https://snohomishcountywa.gov/353/Concealed-Pistol-Licenses

Snohomish County will also be issuing new credit-card style licenses, as opposed to the old paper style.  No more laminating!

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Carrying a loaded gun in a vehicle in Washington State…

Guns in Cars

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Washington Firearm Waiting Period Update

Waiting Period

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Washington Secure Gun Storage Law Update

Initiative 1639 changed the requirements for secure gun storage.  Here is an update:

Washington Safe Gun Storage Requirements

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I-1639 update

I-1639 dramatically changes Washington law governing purchases of semi-automatic rifles:

i-1639

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New DUI hearing deadline

Effective January 1, 2019, drivers arrested for DUI in Washington state must request a DOL hearing within seven (7) days of arrest.

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Snohomish County Increasing DUI Patrols for Thanksgiving Holiday

Drive safe!

Snohomish County task force targets DUIs on Thanksgiving eve

 

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Washington Legislature Passes Firearm Notification Law

Washington state passes law requiring notification of domestic violence victims when people who have lost gun rights due to DV conviction try to buy a firearm.

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Washington Legislature Toughens Felony DUI Law

Washington passes law making fourth DUI conviction in ten years a felony. The law, effective in 90 days, elevates felony DUIs to class B felonies. Class B felonies are punishable by up to 10 years in prison, as well as loss of civil rights including firearms rights. A typical sentence for a person convicted under the statute with four prior DUIs would be 22-29 months in prison.

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