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 FFLs that take NFA Items + Silencershop maybe? 
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South Sound Guns in Lacey. Their SOT transfer fee is tiny. If you buy the cans through them / their kiosk, I don’t think there is even a fee.


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Anybody have suggestions up in King County or Snohomish County? I have a few cans at Westcoast and paying $100 for transfer and another $30 for kiosk can really take a bite out of a good gunbroker deal. I usually just end up going thru silencershop to avoid all the fees. However a bnib Maxim 9 sold on GB for $715 today, they’re $1,200 at SilencerShop, so I’m always looking to save a few bucks on transfers.


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South Sound Guns in Lacey. Their SOT transfer fee is tiny. If you buy the cans through them / their kiosk, I don’t think there is even a fee.


Sounds like I'm going to go through them..

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I have 3 cans in process at 2 dealers. All through SilencerShop for processing. Dealers charge the $100 handling fee plus $25-30 for Silencershop, plus tax.
I don't think there's much better, around here.

I too watch GunBroker for suppressor deals, on almost a daily basis. I was able to get a brand new Dead Air Ghost M FDE for $450 cash plus fees. Now I am looking for a similar deal on a 7.62 / 30 cal can so I don't have to worry about blowing up my pistol caliber cans if I use them on my 300 Blackout, and happen to have a supersonic load in the mag. Granted, they might not blow up, but I would prefer to not have to be concerned about it. I guess after the cans get released I will stop buying supersonic ammo (the safe plan).

And as far as ammo goes, my range requires frangible ammo for shooting steel plates, but standard ammo is allowed for shooting paper.


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I have 3 cans in process at 2 dealers. All through SilencerShop for processing. Dealers charge the $100 handling fee plus $25-30 for Silencershop, plus tax.
I don't think there's much better, around here.

I too watch GunBroker for suppressor deals, on almost a daily basis. I was able to get a brand new Dead Air Ghost M FDE for $450 cash plus fees. Now I am looking for a similar deal on a 7.62 / 30 cal can so I don't have to worry about blowing up my pistol caliber cans if I use them on my 300 Blackout, and happen to have a supersonic load in the mag. Granted, they might not blow up, but I would prefer to not have to be concerned about it. I guess after the cans get released I will stop buying supersonic ammo (the safe plan).

And as far as ammo goes, my range requires frangible ammo for shooting steel plates, but standard ammo is allowed for shooting paper.


Yeah just talked to South sound guns... just going to go through them, they're kicking ass in the fee department. Might not have a range but that's okay, not a big deal. I'll set it up & forget.

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set it up and forget?

I have to resist the temptation to count the HOURS, maybe the DAYS. I wish I could forget ;)


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set it up and forget?

I have to resist the temptation to count the HOURS, maybe the DAYS. I wish I could forget ;)


Believe me, it takes a bit to do that, but I am totally able to forget and just allow things go.. I'm hoping by this summer I can get my suppressors to clear.

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