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Ordered my Suppressor

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by steelfingers, Mar 20, 2018.

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  1. flashover008

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    I am looking to maybe putting one on my Colt LE 901 Thanks
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    Yeah. That's a problem but I was afraid, as things get funky with gun laws, that suppressors are next on the list for additional taxes and background checks. Hope to get this pushed though before anything else happens.
    I guess these have to go through the ATF but not sure who else get a chance to let it sit on their desk.
     
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    Holy CRAP that's a good deal! A good $400 less than I paid for the same thing!
     
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    Trusts are not needed to transfer to decedants. Individually owned NFA items will pass to whoever you designate as your legal heir. It would be tax free using a Form 5.
     
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    I never thought I’d enjoy shooting suppressed as much as I do. Careful, it’s addictive, starting to think about my next can.

    About your question though, are you looking for a suppressor cover? I’d highly recommend you look into Cole-Tac. Custom makes all his covers here in the US. He has normal ones and high heat if you are planning on doing mag dumps. The cool thing is he makes it custom to the size and color of your choosing. I’m going to order one for mine.
     
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    Boy, THAT ain't no joke! :disappoin They are definitely worth the wait though. Lots of fun!! :werd:
     
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    How do you like it? What guns do you put it on? What ear protection do you use?
    Ear plugs/cans? Have you shot it with none?
     
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    You mean in addition to the $200 tax and still needing to complete a 4473?
     
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