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Bowers CAC 9mm can for the Mac-10/9mm or the SWD M11/9mm. Great can. Comes apart with a spanner wrench for easy cleaning, nice gloss finish with laser etching. A Solid performer.
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$395
Bowers CAC 380 can for the M11 in 380 acp. Same can as above, but smaller in size made especially for the 380 mac.
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$350
Coastal guns Uzi can. This can goes on in place of the barrel nut. Very solid performer, and it won't break the bank!
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$395
GemtechRAPTOR suppressor. A quick detach 9mm SMG suppressor. Perfect for your 3 lug HK barrel. **Click here for product specs**
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$635
GemtechViper-9 suppressor. This is the Gemtech Viper-9 QD can for the Mac-11 in 9mm. It features a positive, anti-walk lockup. Also has a heat resistant handguard up front, so the it makes the gun a lot easier to control. **Click here for product specs**
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$695
GemtechViper-45 suppressor. This is the Gemtech Viper-45 QD can for the Mac-10 in 45 acp. It features a positive, anti-walk lockup. Also has a heat resistant handguard up front, so the it makes the gun a lot easier to control. **Click here for product specs**
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$695

 

 

OWNERSHIP INFORMATION
Contrary to popular belief, silencers are and always have been legal to own under federal law. At this time, the following states allow private ownership of silencers: AL, AR, AK, AZ, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IN, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MS, MT, ND, NE, NV, NH, NM, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WV, and WY. Of the fourteen states that do not allow civilian ownership, CA, IA, MA, MO, and MI allow Class 3 dealers and Class 2 manufacturers to possess silencers.

Silencers, like machine-guns, are regulated under the National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934, and are regulated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. The procedure for owning a silencer may seem daunting at first, but actually requires less paperwork than buying an automobile.

To legally purchase a silencer or any item falling under the purview of the NFA, you must be at least 21 years of age, a resident of the United States, and have no felony record. The first step is to locate a Class 3 dealer in your state who either has or will order the item you are interested in. Once a product and price have been settled on, the Class 3 dealer will provide the prospective purchaser with duplicate ATF Form 4's and two sets of fingerprint cards. The Form 4's must be filled out on both sides, with passport photos of the prospective buyer affixed to the backside of the form. The buyer then has the Chief Law-Enforcement officer sign the rear of the Form 4's attesting the prospective purchaser does not possess a criminal record and is not wanted. The two fingerprint cards must be completed and signed by a Law Enforcement agency. The completed paperwork is then sent to the Department of the Treasury with a check or money order for $200.00. The $200.00 is known as a "transfer tax" because it must be paid whenever ownership of the silencer is "transferred" (in this case, the dealer to the prospective purchaser). As long as ownership remains with the same person, the tax need not be paid again. Only if the owner sells it will a new transfer tax need to be paid. An owner may will his silencer to a lawful heir with no tax incurred.

Once the paper work is submitted, it normally takes 60 to 120 days to receive the approved, stamped paperwork from the NFA Branch. It is only upon the return of the approved paperwork that the dealer can allow the prospective purchaser to take possession of their new silencer. A copy of the approved paperwork must accompany the silencer at all times (the original should be stored in a safe deposit box). Silencers can be transported to other states that allow their ownership, but to transport a silencer into one of the states which prohibit private ownership can subject the owner to serious state felony charges.

 

 

 

 

 

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