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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by steelfingers, Mar 20, 2018.
300 Blackout is hearing safe. 6.5 and 762 probably not so much.
I think suppressor’s are an easy target. They will go after low lying fruit
Good deal. I did my paperwork on one last week. Lets see who gets theirs first.
Yes, I've shot it without hearing protection, but only with subsonics, and it's fine. I love it, personally. My son used it to take his first deer with Winchester 150gr Deer Season XP Extreme Point. I also ordered one of the quick disconnect mounts for one of my 5.56 rifles and it does a pretty good job, but honestly I mainly bought it for shooting subsonics through my Blackout AR. I just use the cheap foam earplugs or the cheap WalMart over-ear cans. Usually make my son wear both.
I didn't care for the titanium finish - when I got mine, they didn't offer black. So I took some hi-temp grill paint to it, looks great.
Oh.... and whatever you do....
Whatever you do....
Don't forget and grab the GD'd thing with your bare hand after shooting!
Anyways, that's what I've heard...
It's like a red hot horseshoe. When you pick it up with your bare hands, you put it down immediately. Maybe because it's hot, or maybe because it doesn't take much time to look at a horseshoe.
If that's a bet, I'll take you with the spread.
My 200.00 tax stamp is included in the price. Fingerprints and passport pics, 4473 form all done.
That's why I buying a cover for it. Have looked at some DIY covers, but not sure it's worth screwing with. Making one that kinda works, or don't work at all, probably best to buy one made for it's intended purpose. Now if one you know a diy they have done and used, I'd love to hear it.
So... do you order the tax stamp or the suppressor first?
Do you have to have a number from one to get the other?
Lol, I'm so confused...
Use an oven mit if you want to remove it while hot. I think some of them come with a mit.