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L Haney
October 02, 2016, 06:38
Anybody seen one of these yet?

http://i362.photobucket.com/albums/oo63/lch1428/Mobile%20Uploads/2016-09/20160930_120435.jpg


http://i362.photobucket.com/albums/oo63/lch1428/Mobile%20Uploads/2016-09/20160930_120445.jpg

Thorack
October 02, 2016, 13:01
Well,

I havent seen one how does it work? I need a 9mm can.

Thorack

CG&L
October 02, 2016, 13:10
There's one in Lafayette La and maybe some more in La
Since 41P became 41F, a CLEO sign-off is no longer required but fingerprints and photos are now required for everyone, even Trust. Most NFA stuff was bought with a Trust and none of this was required for a Trust. It is now.

To make things easier, these kiosk started popping up. You can get everything done, fingerprints and photos, at the Class II dealer's place.

L Haney
October 02, 2016, 13:43
Well,

I havent seen one how does it work? I need a 9mm can.

Thorack

This one is in a local gun shop. Owner told me there are about 300 of them out here now. He's a dealer for them so they shipped it in and sent a guy to set it up.

You buy a silencer from the dealer and this kiosk walks you through filling out the form, makes your mug shots, collects your finger prints and sends it all back to Silencer Co. They file the paperwork for you.

No, I have no idea if their data security with your information is worth a shit.

But I do applaud their effort to streamline the process.

brunop
October 03, 2016, 13:40
I didn't use the kiosk, but I used their online services to process the past two toys.

tac-40
October 03, 2016, 20:32
Can't comment on Silencer Shop. But my LGS ordered and received my can. Once at the shop, they filled out the appropriate ATF forms, rolled my prints and took my picture. I wrote them a check for the can AND the tax stamp. They filed the paperwork using one of their corporate checks made out to the ATF. And this is their standard practice whether a trust or private purchase. Pretty fine service if you ask me.

Corrected to read the proper business. Comments stay the same. Mistake made due to lack of knowledge and basic reading skills that day.

meltblown
October 03, 2016, 20:34
Silencerco and Silencer Shop aren't the same