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    Quote Originally Posted by buffalobo View Post
    I think Silencer Central has a "coupon" for "Free tax stamp" until 10/31 but you have to call them.
    Any idea what a " qualified purchase" is?
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    Carries A Danged Big Stick buffalobo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mb504 View Post
    Any idea what a " qualified purchase" is?
    No clue, have not had a chance to call them to pursue it.
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    I think Hoser has me taken care of. Thank you guys for the suggestions. I should be seeing him in a little over a week, if our government bosses allow us.

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    What did you end up going with? Newbie education resource you found helpful? I'm in the same place where you started.

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    I got 2 Thunderbeast ultra 7's in .30 cal and an offset .22 lr for shooting pistol and rifle open sights. I can not remember the brand of .22lr can now.

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    If the NFA got overturned tomorrow I?d likely get a 6-7? long .30 Cal can from HUXWERX aka OSS, or YHM. And a .22 can from HUXWERX as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe_K View Post
    If the NFA got overturned tomorrow I?d likely get a 6-7? long .30 Cal can from HUXWERX aka OSS, or YHM. And a .22 can from HUXWERX as well.
    So you are not taking the plunge for a Whisper pickle because of the NFA? The more people that own them the more we can claim "common use" and have a better argument to remove Silencers from the NFA. Just take the plunge, I waited years then once got my first one got 3 more. I am at the point I dont even shoot with out them anymore.


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    After talking with brokenscout the other day, he has pretty much talked me into another, along with a 9mm carbine. A 147 grain bullet vs the 40 grain from a .22 sounds like much more fun, especially with comparable sound. I may have 4 in the works in the next week or two, maybe 5 if I order one for my .40 carbine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by encorehunter View Post
    I got 2 Thunderbeast ultra 7's in .30 cal and an offset .22 lr for shooting pistol and rifle open sights. I can not remember the brand of .22lr can now.
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skully View Post
    So you are not taking the plunge for a Whisper pickle because of the NFA? The more people that own them the more we can claim "common use" and have a better argument to remove Silencers from the NFA. Just take the plunge, I waited years then once got my first one got 3 more. I am at the point I dont even shoot with out them anymore.


    Just saying.................. DO IT!
    SCOTUS quantified "in common use" as "hundreds of thousands sold" in Caetano v Massachusetts. An NY federal court further refined that number as 64,890 in Maloney v Singas. ATF shows over 2.7 million registered suppressors on their statistics page. We should be covered.
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