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  1. Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    Nope, sorry it is not. It is a NFA Title II item. Class has nothing to do with it. SOT Class 3 is just the tax level that a Type 01 Dealer pays the BATFE for the privilege of selling NFA Title II items. Other Type dealers/manufacturers/importers pay at different levels of taxes. Yearly tax is $500 for Class 3 SOT, $1000 for a Class 2 SOT, and $1000 for a Class 1 SOT payable by July 1 every year. Reduced rates for Class 1 & 2 are also available if the importer or manufacturer sell less than $500,000 per year gross, which also bring them down to a $500 a year tax level. But they are still Class 1 or 2 SOT tax payers. None of this changes the status of the suppressor being a NFA Title II Item. And FFL manufacturers and importers can sell those NFA Title II items just like a dealer does.
    Almost.
    SOT 01 Importer/ dealer
    SOT 02 Maker/ Dealer
    SOT 03 Dealer

    You have to have the FFL that will coincide with the SOT.

    There is no such thing as "class 3" It is a ERROR due to box 8 b on the from four where it asks for the dealers SOT type as "CLASS". Thus using this logic if you buy you're suppressor from a 07/02 you would have a class 2 item. Kind of like the whole clip mag thing. One is right one is wrong but to many just do not care.

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  3. Since suppressors are legal in so many states, it seems that more people are wanting to use them for home defense. I have had several requests from customers for a handgun safe to store theirs in. It sure makes a handgun awful long and there doesn't seem to be many options for safely storing one and having quick access if kids are a concern. Been playing with this prototype for a little while and it seems to work well for this application.
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  4. Robert Bush

    Don't blame God for what man is responsible for...

  5. you can find aftermarket barrels (which are extended and threaded) for most modern semi-autos. I was thinking about getting a 'lone wolf' barrel for my G19...

    After that, it's just going through the motions of finding and obtaining a suppressor you like.

    Personally, I'd love a suppressor but it's not a high priority for me. I live in a multi-family building, and even a missed pistol shot is like to penetrate a wall into a neighbors home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renfield View Post
    you can find aftermarket barrels (which are extended and threaded) for most modern semi-autos. I was thinking about getting a 'lone wolf' barrel for my G19...

    After that, it's just going through the motions of finding and obtaining a suppressor you like.

    Personally, I'd love a suppressor but it's not a high priority for me. I live in a multi-family building, and even a missed pistol shot is like to penetrate a wall into a neighbors home.
    And new sights. Standard sights are too low to work with most suppressors.

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