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Old 11-02-2011, 01:47 AM   #1
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Default Got my NFA trust started today

I've been wanting to get several suppressors for some guns for quite a while.
But as usual,I think about it,and do something else.I have talked to a couple attorneys in my area about a trust,but I didn't come away with much from them.I really don't think they were familiar with doing Class 3 NFA Trust work.

I had heard about Sean Cody in Houston,Tx.,and looked him up on the computer.He's got a very informative website,and it helped me decide to give him a call today.I called him,and I really liked what he told me,and how he answered every question that I had about a NFA Trust.I asked about putting friends and family on it,and also the + and - about the trust,he answered them all.
In about 15-20 minutes on the phone,he took all my info,and set me up.I think this was the best $450 I've spent in a long time.
As soon as I receive everything in the mail,I really get looking on the suppressors I want.

For all you guy's that have working knowledge on suppressors,what are some of the brands to look at,and the ones to stay away from?
I'm wanting to get the following calibers-22LR,223,308,45ACP,and 458 SOCOM.


For anyone interested,here's Sean's website-
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Old 11-02-2011, 01:59 AM   #2
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ive got a silencerco sparrow 22lr the stainless version is the one you want!! the only supressor for 22lr that does the job is the silencerco. highly highly recommend it. winds has hands on experience with my sparrow.

ive got a surefire in the works for 308. i like the features of the surefire.

45acp the osprey from silencerco is very very very sweet. it MIGHT work with the socom. you can call em and ask.

aac is another top brand. i think yankee hill another.

for rimfire you want a user servicable model.
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Thx,Jon.I'll check them out. THB
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oh also stay away from suppressors that use old school wipes
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Hoo-boy---a "which suppressor is best" question.

My vote for 22LR---Liberty Kodiak TL.
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Aac makes a great suppressor. I just recently got a great deal on a wilson wisper for .308. Thd wilson is top notch!

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Sean drew up my trust about 5 months ago. The BATFE had no problem with it and so far I have two FA's on it. The tax stamps came back in 4 months and 2 weeks on both FA's. Will be sending in paperwork on a silencer and another FA within a few weeks. I kept trustees to a minimum on my trust FWIW.
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My trust was done by Guntrustlawyer out of FL. You have to remember that all states don't have the same requirements for a trust. Guntrustlawyer sends your trust to an affiliated lawyer in your state for fine tuning to meet your state's trust requirements. BATFE only sees a trust, they don't make a judgement as to whether it actually meets your state's requirement, that's up to you; if push comes to shove it had better be in compliance.
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Thx,Jon.I'll check them out. THB
hillbilly, what is an NFA trust? and how does it work? what are the benefits?
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winds has hands on experience with my sparrow
Yes, I have shot Jon's gun with the silencer. It was impressive, indeed.
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