Large bore suppressor

Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby Holland&Holland on Sun Nov 11, 2018 2:10 pm

goosed wrote:
Ghost wrote:
Rip Van Winkle wrote:So let's say a guy were to make an adapter so he could use an oil filter like Old Man FCSA says.

Would you have to register the oil filter or the adapter? If you had to register the filter, would that mean you could never change it?

I have no intention trying this, I'm just curious.

Adaptor, they are a available online

I thought the whole Dead Air no longer selling whips for their Ghost suppressor was a direct result of the ATF ruling it's illegal for individuals(non-manufacturers) to own and/or use replacement parts for a suppressor.

Has the ATF ruled the oil filter isn't a replacement part?


Looks like you send it back to them for replacement at a very steep price.
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby BigDog58 on Mon Nov 12, 2018 8:39 am

They want $25 to simply change the oil filter and stamp the same number that the adapter has. A box of number/letter stamps are much cheaper, and you can easily stamp the number. Filter's, about $4.
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby goosed on Mon Nov 12, 2018 6:25 pm

OK, sending it back to them for replacement would make sense.
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby Holland&Holland on Mon Nov 12, 2018 10:15 pm

BigDog58 wrote:They want $25 to simply change the oil filter and stamp the same number that the adapter has. A box of number/letter stamps are much cheaper, and you can easily stamp the number. Filter's, about $4.

Is it really cheaper when you factor in the jail time?
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby OldmanFCSA on Tue Nov 13, 2018 9:36 pm

OldmanFCSA wrote:Tractor oil or fuel filter plus adapter.
Not legal but I've seen it done.
Replace filter after low mileage.

Just kidding. :mrgreen:


Quoting my own posting:

I've seen the adapter in use which did have the required ATF Number engraved into it - however I was not aware of the requirement for a matching number on the filter. This would make testing of various types of filters difficult.
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby Sigfan220 on Sun Nov 18, 2018 11:27 am

Holland&Holland wrote:
Sigfan220 wrote:
OldmanFCSA wrote:Tractor oil or fuel filter plus adapter.

Not legal but I've seen it done.

Replace filter after low mileage.

Just kidding. :mrgreen:


Legal provided it has been registered as a silencer. I know at least one company sells them this way. I've thought about trying it since it doesn't cost me anything.

How does it not cost? Would it not be a 200 tax stamp?


I am a manufacturer. The consumer pays the stamp. One of the perks of having an FFL. Once I'm done with it I just destroy it and file the appropriate paperwork.
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby Sigfan220 on Sun Nov 18, 2018 11:29 am

INOR wrote:I know nothing about suppressors. Is it a $200 stamp for every suppressor you get or do you just have to have ome stamp to buy multiple suppressors?


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Per NFA item. Each suppressor, each SBR, each SBS etc. Unless you have an FFL :D
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby goosed on Sun Nov 18, 2018 12:48 pm

Sigfan220 wrote:I am a manufacturer. The consumer pays the stamp. One of the perks of having an FFL. Once I'm done with it I just destroy it and file the appropriate paperwork.


Been researching info about getting my FFL, but haven't taken the plunge yet. A few questions if you don't mind...

What's the cost of GCA license?
Separate audits for FFL and GCA? How often each in your experience?
Do you have to fill out a form 2 each time you replace or repair NFA parts?
You only need to prove efforts to make a profit with FFL not GCA?
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Re: Large bore suppressor

Postby Holland&Holland on Sun Nov 18, 2018 11:15 pm

I am a manufacturer. The consumer pays the stamp. One of the perks of having an FFL. Once I'm done with it I just destroy it and file the appropriate paperwork.[/quote]

Ok for you. Most people are not FFLs
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