Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TRN, Sep 30, 2007.
need to fill out the form, have a CLEO sign it then send it off to the ATF with a check for $200. I believe you purchase it first cause I think you have to submit serial number on the form, but you dont get to take possesion of it untill after ATF approves the form.
have to been in a free state too. damn MO.
200 tax stamp and the form 3 (I think that's the number)
its a form 4....i picked up my first suppressor a couple of weeks ago after a month and a half wait while ATF processed my paperwork. Mailed out my forms the end of July and picked it up halfway through september. Got my AAC Evo-45 on an HK USP tactical and really like it. Already plotting the next two cans i want.
Like said local and state laws allow purchase. Find a dealer if item is out of state. Fill out 2 Form 4s with CLEO of your jurisdiction (chief of police, sheriff, DA, State police chief, district judge, etc) signature, 2 passport photos, finger prints, and a $200 check for the transfer tax.
Or if you cant get the CLEO signature, create a trust or a corporation and skip the sig., photos, and fingerprinting; fill out the same Form 4 and include the $200 check.
Then wait a couple of weeks for the transfer.
I plan to purchase a .22, 9mm, and .223 can and move them around between guns of the same caliber.
That's what Im doing. I'm waiting on my AAC pilot to transfer. Then in the next couple of weeks I'll buy an 9mm AAC Evolution, 5.56 AAC M4-2000, and then a .308 can and maybe an Evo for a .45acp.
A friend of mine has a 9mm can on his Ruger mkiii and it was surprisingly quiet.