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Old January 5th, 2017, 12:30 PM   #16
 
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A place local to me has been getting some approvals in 3 months.........start to finish. I think a lot depends of how on top of it your FFL is



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Old January 5th, 2017, 12:36 PM   #17
 
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I don't need a silencer, I just take my hearing aids out.
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+1 on the SilencerShop. They do all the work. I just wish they could skip me to the head of the wait line.
Would they help on a Form 1? I really don't want to buy a manufactured silence. I would like to experiment and make my own My GAS is building and building
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Heard the same from a shop owner here in TN. Time to practice patience...

PATIENCE? How long does that take?



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Would they help on a Form 1? I really don't want to buy a manufactured silence. I would like to experiment and make my own My GAS is building and building
Don't know but they're very helpful. I'm sure they'd at least point you in a direction.
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A place local to me has been getting some approvals in 3 months.........start to finish. I think a lot depends of how on top of it your FFL is
I don't see how that could be possible. There's exceptions to everything but I'd be very leary of some one claiming / promising a 3 three month turn around of an NFA Form 4. The Feds can't move that fast when they actually WANT to get something done, (except OBC). Certainly they're in no hurry to do background checks and approvals for NFA items any faster then they have to. I can't imagine any FFL pushing Uncle Sam along that fast.

A Form 3 in three month's? Absolutely!!
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Once you start playing with your new toy you'll totally forget about the hassle and wait time.

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Once you start playing with your new toy you'll totally forget about the hassle and wait time.

I like this. I'm trying to figure out what 22 pistol I want to host another suppressor. I think I need a 22 suppressor too. A Lite or M&P22c are the leaders right now.
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I have shot silencer equipped guns in Free America and sincerely wish I could own one in New Jersey. They are illegal in Nj. To give those who do not understand our legal situation here a few years back when concealed carry reciprocity was being discussed in the House of Representatives the New Jersey attorney general stated that even if passed and signed Nj would not recognize it until upheld by the us Supreme Court. He was widely praised by many local politicians. In Nj approximately 18 of the of the 80 members of our state lower house favor an increase on our already bad gun laws and they are basically doing what their constituents want. in NJ about 18% of our population think all guns should be banned or only kept at shooting ranges.
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I like this. I'm trying to figure out what 22 pistol I want to host another suppressor. I think I need a 22 suppressor too. A Lite or M&P22c are the leaders right now.
So far I've been really happy with the steel 22/45. It's short enough to not be overly long with the suppressor. That also makes it just the right weight.
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