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Old 03-08-2012, 12:09 AM   #21
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Nobody seems to have any in stock. I have a bolt and a pump so no action problems. I currently shoot pellets and cb in the garage. I have a Savage MKII FVSR ordered and I would like to get a compensator but dont really want to get on the feds radar anymore than I am. 6-8 month wait right now. I guess there are a lot of people buying them. $600-700 with the tax stamp just for a 22. We are trying to get it legal to hunt with in AZ as a noise abatement issue.
I order from Midway about twice a month-
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I have an order coming Friday from Midway but no CCI quiets. Do have 1k CCI 40g MM's coming along with some 357 bullets. They have a deal on the Caldwell orange peel targets.

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clr8ter No, can't get in to any trouble where i am at, just don't want to both neighbors with a repeated bang bang bang of normal .22's. I live in a very rural area but still you look around and there homes every where. I am getting a cz 455 american tomorrow for a small game hunter and may spend some time try'n them for use in it.

For me to get a suppressor I will have trust it. My local depty dog will not sign for me. His dad, the ex sheriff would and I bought a savage fv-sr just for that. gave it to one of my daughters to hunt with.
what is the trust method, does it cost a ton in lawyer fees?
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Well , some people that sell suppressors say they can set you up with the needed paper work but to me there just seems something fishy about that . And use lawer will darn sure cost around 600 dollars. Then pick your suppressor ,pay for it fill out the paper work and send it off and wait,,,,, Two dealers I have talked to about time a time frame said right now its around 4 to 5 mouths for the feds to sign off. I guess I will do the trust but after tax's are done.

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Well , some people that sell suppressors say they can set you up with the needed paper work but to me there just seems something fishy about that . And use lawer will darn sure cost around 600 dollars. Then pick your suppressor ,pay for it fill out the paper work and send it off and wait,,,,, Two dealers I have talked to about time a time frame said right now its around 4 to 5 mouths for the feds to sign off. I guess I will do the trust but after tax's are done.
it seem from what I read that once the trust is set up you can put other things in it like more suppressors if you wish to get other ones, also you can put other names on the trust such as your wife and kids or whatever which would allow them to use the supressor as well
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Yeah, that info is basically correct. I talked to a lawyer in NH who's specialty is firearms law. He quoted me around $700. Even if the locals would sign off, I'd still do a trust. Simply for the fact that you don't need their signature, so they know nothing about it, and you also don't need to do the photo or fingerprints. I was also told if you put your wife's name on the trust, and you die, she now has immediate & full control of it, so she can use it, sell it, whatever.

So, as soon as I start crapping $100 bills, I'm set to go......

P.S. The LGS around here sells 22 YHM suppressors for less than $400.

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Thank you hardluk1 for bringing this to our attention. I for one am on the hunt to find this ammo to try out for myself.

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hiwall The cci queit will atleast make for a better hunting round with the same fps as the current cb longs but with the 40gr bullet offer that good solid hit.

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40 grain, 710 fps, 45 Ft/lb
Sounds like an excellent replacement for the 29 grain, 710 fps, 32Ft/lb CB long.

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