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#5610445 - 02/20/15 04:38 PM Suppressor Question
TexasLandAgent Offline
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Registered: 04/27/11
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Loc: Texas Hill Country
Which maker and spec is best in the sub $600.00 category?

.308 - retail price, not including the stamp.


Edited by TexasLandAgent (02/20/15 05:16 PM)

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#5610485 - 02/20/15 05:05 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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Pistol? Rifle? Rimfire?
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#5610488 - 02/20/15 05:06 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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What caliber?
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#5610501 - 02/20/15 05:12 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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Does that price limit include the $200 tax stamp?
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#5610508 - 02/20/15 05:16 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
TexasLandAgent Offline
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.308 - retail price, not including the stamp.

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#5610548 - 02/20/15 05:43 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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Based upon reviews in that price point it appears the Harvester is pretty hard to beat.
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#5610644 - 02/20/15 06:39 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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I own 5 various suppressors. Their vary in material. By far I prefer the titanium. But I would recommend saving up and getting the Gemtech HVT-QM. The QM stands for quickmount and allow you to easily remove the suppressors. It is stainless steel and runs about $800. Great suppressor and great sound reduction.
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#5632430 - 03/03/15 02:53 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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So you have to get a trust and a stamp?? Thats the question I have.
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#5632441 - 03/03/15 03:03 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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If your LEO of your city or state will not sign off on the form 4 you will need a trust. If you need a trust you must have it first. Then you purchase the suppressor. At that time the form 4 will be done by the seller. Send that in with all paperwork needed. Then the wait starts. The seller will get the stamp and at that time you can pick up your suppressor.
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#5632455 - 03/03/15 03:12 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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But you have to purchase a stamp no matter what correct? I live in Mesquite so would I need to go to the chief of police for him to sign the form 4?
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#5632476 - 03/03/15 03:25 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: DeerSlayer31]
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Originally Posted By: DeerSlayer31
But you have to purchase a stamp no matter what correct? I live in Mesquite so would I need to go to the chief of police for him to sign the form 4?


Yes the stamp is a $200 tax to appease the FEDs.

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#5632479 - 03/03/15 03:28 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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Ok so I can avoid paying for the trust if the local chief will sign the form 4?
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#5632484 - 03/03/15 03:29 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
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We need an NFA section

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#5632493 - 03/03/15 03:34 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: DeerSlayer31]
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Loc: Parker County
Originally Posted By: DeerSlayer31
Ok so I can avoid paying for the trust if the local chief will sign the form 4?


Read the following and it will answer a lot of your questions:
http://www.silencershop.com/support/how-to-buy-a-silencer/
If there are additional questions after reading that, then feel free to ask.
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#5632500 - 03/03/15 03:38 PM Re: Suppressor Question [Re: TexasLandAgent]
clandr1 Offline
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Registered: 12/12/14
Posts: 97
Loc: Frisco
Hopefully this makes it through to become a law:

"Shall sign" legislation introduced in TX


Edited by clandr1 (03/03/15 03:39 PM)

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