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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Aries, Mar 28, 2020.
@Cowcatcher and I was just talking about this. If they did an NICS+ and just billed you the $200 right there. They could make all the tax money they want. Production would increase, prices should drop after manufactures get up to speed. Right now your paying your FFL a 12 month storage fee built into each can. Heck even a 10 or 20 day waiting period. Which I understand none of this is constitutional. If they got rid of these asinine waits our ranges would be much safer for our hearing.
Right now I can fill out a 4473 and pick out my gun while its being approved. Why can't they make it were I buy a stamp once its approved dealer inputs SN into system and takes photo of it my with id and all is good. So many ways to improve this antiquated POS system
I just wrote my congressmen a kind letter asking him to cosponsor this bill.
One would hope prices would drop. Buddy got back from a hunt in South Africa in January, said suppressors were on the shelf costing around $100 each. Buy them like a pack of gum as many as you want, and they are the same brands that are sold in the US for the most part.
I really want to get another can. 9mm and possibly 30 cal. I just don’t want to wait and spend the silly money dealers are charging. ( I know they are pricing according to supplier costs, and market demand). I kinda feel like if suppressors became more readily available the price may drop a smidge! NOW KEEP IN MIND, THIS IS JUST ONE MANS OPINION. I would definitely stock up on a can or three if they were easier to acquire.
Man I think simple economics is controlling the high price. A can is not as difficult to make as a gun. No moving parts. Just multiple pieces of machined Stainless, Aluminum or titanium. Materials and cost to manufacture isn't that significant. I would imagine if they could be bought without any background check or tax stamp. They would be like the cost of a good flashlight.
Shoot, suppressors shouldn’t even have a background check. They ought to be like buying a magazine, stock or part. It should be assumed you already have a firearm.
Wake me up when they remove suppressors from the NFA.
The first one I bought about 14 years ago took almost a year then. I was told by the dealer that it was because they were moving that branch to West Virginia in hopes of the sorry help they had would not move with them.