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Old 07-08-2013, 05:22 PM   #1
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Default What's the most silent pistol suppresser on the market?

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Old 07-08-2013, 05:25 PM   #2
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My silencerco sparrow ss is pretty damn quiet, almost holliwood quiet. I use it on a ruger mk3 threaded.

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JonM, is there an age limit on suppressor ownership?
Can someone under 21 own one?

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I don't care for what and gun
I'm assuming your a young fella with they types of questions you have.
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Must be 21+ to possess any nfa item.

Under 21 can inherit nfa items if the underage is an heir designated via trust but the item must be held by a nfa dealer until the underage heir reaches 21.

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Must be 21+ to possess any nfa item.

Under 21 can inherit nfa items if the underage is an heir designated via trust but the item must be held by a nfa dealer until the underage heir reaches 21 if no eligible heir is designated. Transfer fees from trust to dealer would apply or a person of legal age would have to be added to the trust. Lawyer involvement in such a case would certainly be required.

Inheritance is a huge reason to utilize a lawyer when dealing with nfa items and trusts.

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Thanks I won't be geting one any time soon I just wanted to know what is the quits one because people all ways say they are not like the game but I want to see how close it can get.

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Here, I youtube'd it.

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