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    Default Suppressor Market

    The suppressor market is slowly catching back up with the demand that has hit the firearms industry. If you have ever wanted to own one, now is the perfect time to have it in your hands by next deer season.

    I have a few in stock and access to several distributors. If there is one you have in mind, allow me the opportunity to get it for you.

    Below is a link that will take you to my dealer page at the Silencershop. They really have the whole process streamlined. If you are unsure how the process works they have several great YouTube videos on their site that breaks it down. Of course feel free to ask me any questions you may have as well.


    http://www.silencershop.com/eastlakeindustriesllc

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    You mean by the start of the 2021 deer season?

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    Yep

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    Quote Originally Posted by wob View Post
    You mean by the start of the 2021 deer season?
    Welcome to the NFA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wskinner View Post
    Welcome to the NFA.
    I've been being welcomed since the beginning of February so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wob View Post
    I've been being welcomed since the beginning of February so far.
    It’s ridiculous. Nothing but a deterrent.

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    It's aggravating. So I ordered one earlier this week for a member here. It took less than 48 hours for the form 3 to be approved and I received a tracking number. Yet it will take over 6 months for a form 4 to get approved.

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    I'm guessing that the .gov workers who normally process this stuff are probably still holed up in their homes "working" remotely like most of the other federal employees that I'm familiar with.

    If I put my hands on mine before the end of this deer season, I'll be pleasantly surprised.



    eta: There sure as shit wasn't much of a wait for my check to get cashed. Isn't it odd that you can bang your wife in the morning, go buy a suppressor before lunch, and have a baby back at home before you get your can? Something is just wrong about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wob View Post
    I'm guessing that the .gov workers who normally process this stuff are probably still holed up in their homes "working" remotely like most of the other federal employees that I'm familiar with.

    If I put my hands on mine before the end of this deer season, I'll be pleasantly surprised.



    eta: There sure as shit wasn't much of a wait for my check to get cashed. Isn't it odd that you can bang your wife in the morning, go buy a suppressor before lunch, and have a baby back at home before you get your can? Something is just wrong about that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelin' Ducks View Post
    It's aggravating. So I ordered one earlier this week for a member here. It took less than 48 hours for the form 3 to be approved and I received a tracking number. Yet it will take over 6 months for a form 4 to get approved.
    You get my Can yet?

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    The way BATF is slow-walking/intentionally-understaffed is precisely why Dillon Roof was able to slide under the radar with his gun purchase. Legislators already knew and had proof how bureaucratic ineptitude could be illegitimately used to enforce gun control measures without having to pass a law. That's why they had to put the three day deadline for the govt on background checks for regular gun purchases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggie1976 View Post
    You get my Can yet?
    Did you want one also ?

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    Steelin' Ducks is the KRT of suppressors and such.
    He will take good care of you and I speak from many dealings with him

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    id love to integrally suppress my ruger 77/44
    "Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world's great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time. On some of the rocks are timeless raindrops. Under the rocks are the words, and some of the words are theirs.
    I am haunted by waters" Norman Maclean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    Steelin' Ducks is the KRT of suppressors and such.
    He will take good care of you and I speak from many dealings with him
    And anything else his distributers have

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecu1984 View Post
    Steelin' Ducks is the KRT of suppressors and such.
    He will take good care of you and I speak from many dealings with him
    Thank you Rick. That's sig worthy

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    Patrick - Iím going to give you a call on Monday to get the ball rolling for me. Thanks for the reminder.


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    I’m suppressor illiterate, so forgive me if this sounds stupid.

    What’s the best route to go? Is there one suppressor that’s a do all? .22lr, .223/556, .243, .270

    Might add a 300 black out soon
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    "The Gamecocks are hammered dog shit"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cusportsman View Post
    I’m suppressor illiterate, so forgive me if this sounds stupid.

    What’s the best route to go? Is there one suppressor that’s a do all? .22lr, .223/556, .243, .270

    Might add a 300 black out soon
    Yes a 30 cal can will cover it all.

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    I've got one I use for 5.56 to 308 Win. I have a different one on my .22 rifle but my other one would work. I'd get a different one for pistol calibers.

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