What tools to use?

Yes, it can be legal to make a silencer. For everything Form-1, from silencer designs that are easily made, to filing forms with the BATF, to 3D modeling. Remember, you must have an approved BATF Form-1 to make a silencer. All NFA laws apply.

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sizulku
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Re: What tools to use?

Post by sizulku » Fri Feb 13, 2015 1:26 pm

gunny50 wrote:
Sizulku
Suppressor parts need a tax stamp, and for US it is not easy to bring in Silencer (parts)

Gunny
Gunny, Thank you for your info. If the tube is just a regular tube without threading on both end, is it still considered as silencer parts ?

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zul

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Re: What tools to use?

Post by gunny50 » Fri Feb 13, 2015 1:48 pm

sizulku wrote:
gunny50 wrote:
Sizulku
Suppressor parts need a tax stamp, and for US it is not easy to bring in Silencer (parts)
Gunny
Gunny,
Thank you for your info. If the tube is just a regular tube without threading on both end, is it still considered as silencer parts ?
regards,
zul
My understanding with the US law is that it has all to do with the "Intend".
Bender might have a straight answer for you.
Gunny

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Re: What tools to use?

Post by JohnnyO » Fri Feb 13, 2015 7:34 pm

gunny50 wrote:JohnnyO

Nice machine work, looks great.

please tell us more about it.
blast baffle looks promising to.

all Ti outside?

Gunny
Thanks
It's thread mount for a dedicated Upper 100% Titanium 16oz and very quiet... like aac spr quiet.

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Re: What tools to use?

Post by Mueller » Fri Feb 13, 2015 11:59 pm

Beautiful!

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