Are these things legit?

Canadian Bushman

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As a firearms and suppressor manufacturer who is well aware of NFA laws, i will say your solvent traps are walking the edge of a very fine line.

If you get caught with one of these and face prosecution, the odds are not in your favor.

The only thing on your side is that so many folks are doing it the ATF cant keep up.



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Possum Cop

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Time savings is key to a lot of people, especially right now with all the change coming in. I’m at over a year currently waiting for a form 4 to be approved. My longest to date, shortest was 10 mos.
I agree. I have one each for most of my guns. 10 years ago it took 4 months, my last one was 18 months.
 

762x51

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i've seen reviews for these solvent traps. i dont think i'd waste a $200 stamp for one unless it was going on a rimfire gun. there's no way they're going to hold up in the long run. before all this covid and election panic, you could get a 5.56 suppressor for $300 if you caught the right sale. i'd rather use the stamp on something that will last.
 

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