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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by piston10, Apr 3, 2014.

  1. Shadowrider

    Shadowrider Sharpshooter

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    ^^^ This...

    My immediate wants are a suppressor and a SBR. I would also want to do them via a trust. For what this costs before I spend a dime on the goodies I can buy a nice handgun. Everytime I say I'm ready to do it I just can't bring myself to pull the trigger.
     
  2. AKguy1985

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    Well, i have a C&R FFL. Apparently a trust cannot have an FFL so therefore no class III goodies for me. And OPur sheriff refuses to sign a form 4.
     
  3. BadgeBunny

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    LOL, smart man ... we're like a couple of you other guys (especially GC -- he's been fingerprinted more than some of the bad guys ;) ) Problem is, after you get that first one ... well ... it's a disease ... :disappointed: (And don't tell GC, but I think I have it worse than he does ... :shocked:)

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  4. Erick

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    I agree. The cost of the tax stamp back in 1934 was $200. It was supposed to tax them out of existence. Just think what the stamp would cost now if it would have increased with inflation.
     
  5. Gabriel42

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  6. AKguy1985

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    That is a big chunk of change.
     
  7. Cavedweller

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    Infinitely.
     
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    I tend to live vicariously through those that have "signed their life" away on NFA items. I like to read the stories and see the pictures, etc. but I won't play the NFA game. I find the laws surrounding these items to be completely ridiculous and refuse to take part. Now, if I could go back in time before the prices went totally off into the stratosphere I might think differently.
     
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    SBR's are very practical and easy to handle. When a can is added, it makes the overall length about the same as a standard 16" AR with weight beight the only drawback. I've owned a 7.5" AR pistol and sold it pretty quickly. It would have been great for a few applications but not easy/stable to shoot and 7.5 was just too short for a .556. I've spent $200 (stamp)on worse things!
     

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