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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by zackwatt, Feb 20, 2013.
VERY nice!! Congrats!!
Very nice Zack
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Very cool Zack.
Sorry, I don't see the attraction of suppressors. They're legal here, and my local LGS even stocks a few, but I'd never buy one.
I like them because they make my guns quieter.
have a class 3 item or something you have to have a infringment stamp for (tax stamp)
and if SHTF they come to your door FIRST, thats why i wont ever own one
ETA, very nice tho!
Was the 7 month wait to get the approval for the suppressor, or something else?
IMO, they're essential on HD firearms. Anything shot in the house can deafen you and make you disoriented. Outside, they can make it quieter at a range so surrounding areas don't hear a bunch of gunshots and you can actually talk to those around you. Some countries have them sitting on shelves with everything else and can be bought just like any other accessory without paperwork or stamps. Here, movies and stupidity have made politicians think they're scary and dangerous like everything else.
That will make a fine hog-farm poaching weapon. You can really bring home the bacon without anyone being the wiser with that rig.
I always wanted one for a .22 pistol, for squirrel control in the yard.
Put a forward mounted pistol grip on that thing and Diane Feinstein will say illegal.