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My SWR Specwar 5.56mm, along with my four SBR's, sitting in my trust in Florida. it sucks, and need to get a house in Vegas really soon!
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Silencer collectors, you may have some interest in this review I did. Video at the end of the review-

http://paleoprepper.blogspot.com/201...at-mirage.html
Nice write up. I'll have to look into those to see what they cost.

Nothing new on my NFA front. Waiting for the feds to get going as I have 3 suppressors pending at about 8 months. The Trust version of the eform is starting to piss me off as they are getting done in 3 months.

I take that back. I did get a piston for the Osprey 45 I am waiting for so I can put it on a metric threaded barrel.

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Nice write up. I'll have to look into those to see what they cost.

Nothing new on my NFA front. Waiting for the feds to get going as I have 3 suppressors pending at about 8 months. The Trust version of the eform is starting to piss me off as they are getting done in 3 months.

I take that back. I did get a piston for the Osprey 45 I am waiting for so I can put it on a metric threaded barrel.
Thanks.

I really want an OSS can, but I'm waiting on their 30cal.
I've been waiting for them to actually put a can out for like 5 years now.
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Very cool.

I talked to my SOT yesterday and 3 suppressor stamps arrived. Merry Christmas to me. 10 months door to door.
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Merry Christmas to me.
Merry Christmas to me.
I didn't get just one,
not even two,
but I did get all 3
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Silencerco Osprey in 9 and 45
AAC M4-2000 5.56 can.



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My recently-refinished (in OD Green and Black) Wilson Arms WP870 AOW:

What grip is that?
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What grip is that?
looks like the Speedfeed "Birdshead" Pistol Grip, http://www.speedfeedinc.com/products.html . I do seem to recall a new vendor producing a similar product, here it is, http://shockwavetechnologies.com/site/?page_id=529
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This is one of the funnest guns I have to shoot. It's a registered SBR lower with a .22lr pistol upper. It has a 4" barrel to keep bulk ammo subsonic and on the end of the barrel is a Gemtech .22LR G5-22 can. There is zero recoil so you can run rounds through it very quickly while on target.

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From left to right:
S&W M&P22 with Silencerco Sparrow
Beretta 92FS with Silencerco Osprey 9
S&W M&P45 with AAC TiRant 45
H&K USP Tactical 45 with Silencerco Osprey 45
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Last can I bought was the awc MK9K for my miniUzi. I have the Tac65 and 16 as well. The tac65 is a k baffle design and is as quiet as the awc amphibian I have access to.

I was thinking about adding a new can to the mix, possibly a Ops-inc for a SPR I want, is the AAC line up there in technology with the ops inc ones? The problem with the tac16 is point of aim/impact but it's a crude design, just washer stack really. The other issue is having a can that only works on a certain platform like my uzi can, it's stuck on the uzi...unless I have M60 joe rig up a 9mm upper with the uzi adapter.

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Nfa gets expensive super fast. I've been here for 15 months and am waiting for stamps 12-14 I think. I won't see them until December but in the meantime I am considering submitting 1 or 2 more to sbr a couple more lowers.
I'm at 6 stamps, wish I would have put them on a trust so my son would have access to them.
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This is one of the funnest guns I have to shoot. It's a registered SBR lower with a .22lr pistol upper. It has a 4" barrel to keep bulk ammo subsonic and on the end of the barrel is a Gemtech .22LR G5-22 can. There is zero recoil so you can run rounds through it very quickly while on target.

That looks like a lot of fun. Can you do a parts list so I can make one up.
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That looks like a lot of fun. Can you do a parts list so I can make one up.
Taccom pistol upper on a registered lower with a ALG ACT trigger in it. Suppressor is a Gemtech G5-22 which is a larger .22lr suppressor meant to mimic the look of a centerfire suppressor. Per Taccom hand tighten the quick mount with a bit of blue Loctite on it.

Forearm is a the Hogue tube that came off of the Tactical Solutions upper I bought at about the same time. If you want to shoot it without the suppressor, you can unthread the tube and just leave the barrel nut with the barrel exposed. Or shoot it with the tube as no hot gases get to the hand.
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How do you like that trigger?
It's ok. I'm not super picky on my triggers. I think it is a nice step up from a stock lpk. I do put JP yellow trigger springs on them. I tried a yellow hammer spring but I was getting light primer strikes. I have a couple more Gieselle triggers on the way so an ssa-e might find its way into the lower. The trick is finding a trigger that will work with many uppers so it is easy to switch sbr uppers around.
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From left to right:
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Beretta 92FS with Silencerco Osprey 9
S&W M&P45 with AAC TiRant 45
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That's not bad. I wasn't aware things were speeding up. Trust or individual? Paper or online?
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California is 2nd in SOTs only to Texas
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That's not bad. I wasn't aware things were speeding up. Trust or individual? Paper or online?
Efile with a trust on 11/12/13 approved 3/20/14
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That's why. Though I did check nfa tracker and times are coming down. They do have a long way to go though and I don't know if they will get down to 2012 levels.
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Suppressing the M14 EBR while retaining the
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SBR: Check.
Suppressed: Check.
Select-fire: Check.

A mostly spare parts gun:

This one is kinda special, kinda not.





On the fence about swapping out the RIS for a lighter handguard. Added a Fortis RAP and swapped out the MOE stock for an STR then added an MBUS Pro BUIS set. Too lazy to get it out of the same and re-shoot pictures.
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Three of NFA stamps that are in my Florida Trust. Man, I hate California!! Yes, the Block II is an SBR stamp for a 14.5 " barrel. Why did I do it? Because I could! I got two 10.5" lowers, so I wanted something new.






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Man this thread is a tease.
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This thread makes me jealous and confused at the same time haha.

Those of you with trusts, are you actually firing these weapons within CA? Or are they strictly for out of state?
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This thread makes me jealous and confused at the same time haha.

Those of you with trusts, are you actually firing these weapons within CA? Or are they strictly for out of state?
Out of State for me; mine are in a trust in Florida
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One of my two AOW's... Other is an AOW'd 870, very similar to KE6GUJ's but in black...
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This little guy showed up yesterday for me. Nice thing about FORM3s is the under 60 day wait.

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My first SBR. Palmetto State Armory upper, lower and lower parts kit including buffer tube, buffer and spring. Magpul rear flip up sight and Magpul stock.

It took 149 days for approval.




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149 days isn't bad. I hadn't been watching NFA tracker as I don't have anything pending, but the graph is falling like a rock. I think it's time to do a couple more lowers.
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149 days isn't bad. I hadn't been watching NFA tracker as I don't have anything pending, but the graph is falling like a rock. I think it's time to do a couple more lowers.
I used the eForm and submitted my Form 1 that way.
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