Considering getting off the sidelines and into the suppressor game

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  • breakingcontact

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    Oct 16, 2012
    You all helped me when I first started exploring suppressors and I appreciate that guidance.

    I went and setup a trust, had it notorized and then due to some tight $ circumstances and BHO's executive actions regarding the NFA trusts, I've been sitting on the sideline.

    So, if I want to get a suppressor, what do I need to do? Say I want to go do this tomorrow.

    On my trust, I have a co-trustee, does that person need to be at the shop with me when I pay for/send off for a suppressor?

    Otherwise, I pay the $200 and the cost of the suppressor, the shop sends my trust to the ATF and some sort of purchase permit for the can then I wait?

    Thanks in advance.


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    Oct 16, 2012
    Then call SS, they'll walk ya through it.

    It's relatively painless.

    ...and buy 2 or three, you'll be even happier!


    Thanks, the videos are pretty helpful.

    If I'm doing as much as I can digitally, do I still get the black envelope in the mail?

    I'm in Austin so I'll stop by the shop and talk to them, they were very informative and helpful in the past.

    I'm planning on at least getting a 22 can soon.


    Sarcasm Sensei
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    Jan 15, 2012
    I recently ordered two suppressors (YHM Phantom Ti QD in 762) from Torrey at Capitol Armory.

    Very simple process ...
    Never had to leave my computer.

    I should have the suppressors for a nice shooters Memorial Day weekend.


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    Jan 8, 2014
    I've always had a great experience with the guys at silencer shop. Very friendly and helpful. Plus they beat the local prices

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    Dec 9, 2013
    I'm a little sour on NFA dealers right now- almost all of them lie, are lazy, and terrible business folks.

    I've always heard good things about the Silencer Shop.
    ^^THIS^^ +1000

    SS is GTG!

    SS is the only way to buy suppressors in Texas IMO (obviously as long as they have what you want in stock).
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