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NFA Tax Stamp current wait time update?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Emoney, Oct 16, 2017.

  1. Nlightswampfox

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    .22 suppressor
     
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    Cool.
     
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    6 months to the day for a 458 SOCOM suppressor from Lane. Not a trust.
     
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    That’s quick. It was a year wait when I bought my first suppressor in the fall of 2016.
     
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    Had I signed my forms, mine would have been 6 months. Now will probably be about 7. I’m gonna buy at least one if not two more.


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    Can you let me/us know what you think about that suppressor? Been eying it, also looking at the SiCo Hybrid and Bowers large bore...


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    As stated above, I sent mine in on September 11, 2017 and got it today 4/5/18. Had I not been a goober and signed the back, it would have been about 5 months. It’s getting better. I’m going to buy at least one and maybe up to 3 more.
    Get them while we can.


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    Unfortunately yes. The new bar code system is helping a lot. But as I said, it is getting better.


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    Consider yourself lucky if its only 6 months. If you did it as an individual and with a bar code it will help speed things up
     
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    Amcardon, I really like the Lane 458 SOCOM Suppressor. I got the all titanium one and it only weighs 13 ounces. It is completely disassemblable which is a good thing if you are running cast bullets. It is as quiet as the Silencer Co one, I have shot them side by side. It is still pretty loud with full power loads due to the Sonic crack from those really big bullets, but it is definitely in the non ear plugs relm. Side note, you will need access to a 458 caliber range rod to make sure it is centered to the bore, as the exit hole on the Lane is very tight, which makes it a bit quieter than most, but I have seen one where the bullet was rubbing on one side at the very end. If you go that route, I've got one.
     

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