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I am 2 months into my wait. The ATF charged my CC on May 18th. 

I'm waiting on taking ownership of a YHM Mite. I have 2 hosts for it currently; a Ruger 10/22 takedown and a Ruger SR22.

Being patient sucks. 😁

 

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Might as well get over it and forget about it for a good 5 months minimum.  Just put a reminder on your phone for Jan or Feb, and then extend that for another 2 months at that time.  

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On 7/23/2020 at 8:57 PM, Jackalope said:

Or do a Form 1 .22 build.  The wait time for a Form 1 is 4-6 weeks versus 8-12 months for the Form 4's.

Why do all of you Form 1 junkies feel it necessary to crap on other people?  You don't know his situation or setup.  Maybe he doesn't have a trust and doesn't trust some fly by night internet lawyers to give solid legal counsel.   Maybe he got a better deal on the YHM Mite than he could have possibly gotten on a Form 1 can.   Just be happy for the man and move on.  Go preach to someone else. 

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1 hour ago, Capbyrd said:

Why do all of you Form 1 junkies feel it necessary to crap on other people?  You don't know his situation or setup.  Maybe he doesn't have a trust and doesn't trust some fly by night internet lawyers to give solid legal counsel.   Maybe he got a better deal on the YHM Mite than he could have possibly gotten on a Form 1 can.   Just be happy for the man and move on.  Go preach to someone else. 

Superiority is an ugly thing, especially on the interwebz in the middle of a pandemic with an idiot in charge. 

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5 hours ago, Capbyrd said:

Why do all of you Form 1 junkies feel it necessary to crap on other people?  You don't know his situation or setup.  Maybe he doesn't have a trust and doesn't trust some fly by night internet lawyers to give solid legal counsel.   Maybe he got a better deal on the YHM Mite than he could have possibly gotten on a Form 1 can.   Just be happy for the man and move on.  Go preach to someone else. 

I wasn't crapping on anyone, I was providing an alternative.  I've done Form 4's, and the wait can be frustrating.  During these uncertain times, it's nice to have a working silencer in hand rather than having one at the FFL waiting for a stamp.  Not preaching to anyone, sorry I got your panties in a wad.

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7 minutes ago, Jackalope said:

 Not preaching to anyone, sorry I got your panties in a wad.

calm down cheri oteri GIF

Be nice or be somewhere else.  Sharing solid information is always appreciated, but serving it up with a backhand just makes people stop listening and isn't consistent with the sort of atmosphere we try to maintain around here.

 

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10 hours ago, Jackalope said:

I wasn't crapping on anyone, I was providing an alternative.  I've done Form 4's, and the wait can be frustrating.  During these uncertain times, it's nice to have a working silencer in hand rather than having one at the FFL waiting for a stamp.  Not preaching to anyone, sorry I got your panties in a wad.

I didn't take it as a bad post, it is definitely an alternative and something someone new Class III may not be aware of.  Personally, IF I ever file it will be a Form 1, but I see silencers as a toy right now, I don't need one to hunt, and I have a barrel rigged to quiet down reports while on the range so not in any hurry to acquire one.  I have all I need to make one but am waiting until some form of the Hearing Protection Act gets passed  and yea I know it may not happen, but that's ok too.

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On 7/23/2020 at 8:57 PM, Jackalope said:

Or do a Form 1 .22 build.  The wait time for a Form 1 is 4-6 weeks versus 8-12 months for the Form 4's.

 

18 hours ago, Capbyrd said:

Why do all of you Form 1 junkies feel it necessary to crap on other people?

I must be missing something...

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10 minutes ago, hughd said:

 

I must be missing something...

MemphisMason posted that he is already well into the wait on his form 4.  How does telling him to do a form 1 because it's quicker help anything.  He didn't come here to say "I feel ya, man" or "that's the worst part but its so worth it."   No, he came here to brag about his way being better.   And if you get around enough NFA discussions you see it from that group all the time.  Ever since solvent trap became a term, the Solvent Trap Mafia runs around telling everyone how their can is the best and quietest and fastest can on the market.   There was no place for that in this discussion.  

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