Suppressor Dealer??

Thread starter #1
Looking to get my first suppressor and would like recommendations for dealers near Greensboro that could help with the paper work.

thanks in advance.
 
#9
Buy it online and ship it to an ffl and save quite a bit. Silencer shop has a list of FFLs you can look up around you. I found one down the street from me doing that. Probably didn't save me anything in the long run cause its too easy to ship guns to him now!

I have a rugged surge and it is a sweet modular can. 30 cal and 5.56 end caps, 7.5 inch or 9 inch length.

This link can help your search out: http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/20...t-30-caliber-silencer-testing-event-ever/amp/
 

gpduxbak

Four Pointer
#11
If you don't want to wait 7+ months you can make your own using a kit. You would use a Form 1 for the tax stamp, e-filed form 1s are getting approved as quick as 10 days.
I did this but the “solvent trap” kits had become hard to come by. I ended up purchasing parts from different suppliers until I had it all together
 
#12
I did this but the “solvent trap” kits had become hard to come by. I ended up purchasing parts from different suppliers until I had it all together

I compiled a list of all the ones I found in my search, to save the next guy some time.
Material websites cones, spacers, tubes to the best of my knowledge.

https://www.form1builder.com/

https://solventtrapsdirect.com/solvent-trap-parts/

https://kmtactical.net/accessories/solvent-traps-adapters.html

https://clearviewtactical.com/shop?olsPage=products

https://www.hawkinnovativetech.com/

https://solventtrapcups.com/

https://sdtacticalarms.com/

https://diversifiedmachine.us/

https://totalityindustries.com/

Best website for information on building and machining;

http://www.silencertalk.com/forum/index.php
 

gpduxbak

Four Pointer
#16
After researching solvent kit I am not comfortable with this option. See link as an example.
https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2...ps-silencers-shuts-sd-tacticals-kit-business/

Solvent kits are perfectly legal as long as the baffles and endcap are not drilled. Everyone knows what a “solvent kit” is really about and those that don’t follow the proper channels are the reason for the shutdowns. With the proper form 1 paperwork and approved tax stamp you can legally modify the so called “solvent trap” into a working suppressor but NOT without the tax stamp. Having said that I can understand your apprehension, I was the same.