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Should I start with a 22 suppressor?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by StammesOpfer, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. StammesOpfer

    StammesOpfer Sharpshooter

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    So I am about to call Maj and start the process but don't know if I should only get the 22lr to start with or just go all out and get the 3 I want. 4+ months is gonna be hard enough to wait as is not sure I wanna do it twice, but I have never owned one before. Everyone says its addicting anyway why start with a gateway drug when I can go straight to the hard ones? Just looking for other peoples opinions.
     
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    I would spread them out! Then every month that phone call is like christmas all over again.
     
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    Get all 3, the wait sucks!!!

    I started out with a 9mm can then a 338LM can.
     
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    I like the idea of turning in one for every month. Spread the love out
     
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    One thing's for sure, unless you got an abundance of toy cash like the LTCOL, you definitely get to hear how quiet a .22 LR can is more often. :)
     
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    Absolutly right feeding a .22 is a lot cheaper and I dont find myself at the end of the day saying wow I just shot xx dollars worth of ammunition (though I never regret it) and maybe I'm weird but I kinda like to abuse my shoulder sometimes, it makes you feel like you did something that day. So .22 is great but it is only a small part of what I shoot.
     
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    But if you get all 3 at once, he'll probably give you a "package" price! :thumbup3:
     
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    sweet!!!!:rubhands:
     
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    I'm calling NOW!
     
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    Well thats settled then got my three Aviator, Osprey and Phantom. Supposed to be a 2week wait or so on the Osprey but everything else is good to go. Bryon was great and even offered to let me swing by and play with my Aviator sometime while I am waiting (which I will certainly have to do).
    I could almost :bighug:
    I'm calling it an early birthday gift to myself. The pre-waiting period begins today. I haven't been this excited in a long time.
     

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