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When you purchase, lets say a suppressor, do you get a book of rules to go with the tax stamp? Ive read people say that they have to ask permission to take to another state or that it has to stay in the owners possession... etc etc...


Where do people get all these rules and regulations? A guy I work with, bought a suppressor, and he said he just fingerprinted at a kiosk, filled out a couple sheets of paper like any other gun and now has to wait a year before he picks it up... He never got a laundry list of do's and dont's

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I would do a lot of research before I stepped into the world of NFA items.  There are a lot of videos out there and FAQs on the legal and dealer's sites.  One big decision is if you want to use a trust or not.  There is also a bit of fudd lore out you may have heard that your research will dispel.

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