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The NFA wait starts....again...

voimakas Jul 11, 2019

  1. voimakas

    voimakas JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

    Decided to pick up a .30 cal can (Saker ASR) to go with my Sparrow and Hybrid cans.

    Because nothing says "WTF" like a suppressed Winchester .30-30 lever action with a red dot optic.

    10 months for the first can (to the day). 7 months and 1 day for the second can. We'll see how long this third can takes.
    snache, CDR_Glock and seandavid55 like this.
  2. voimakas

    voimakas JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

    It took 2 months and 20 days for stamp #3 to come back. Not sure why but I'm not questioning it:


    It's a lot quieter than anticipated. Now I just need to get a mount and red dot.
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  3. RexRippin

    RexRippin Little Member

    That was crazy fast to get that stamp. That’s cool as hell, new school meets old school.
  4. CDR_Glock

    CDR_Glock Bali Demon JDBA Official Member Brigade Member

    My first set took 9 months. My second set took 1 year. I hear most are getting them in 2 months.

    Once you start suppressing stuff, shooting without it is just not the same.
    seandavid55 likes this.
  5. voimakas

    voimakas JDBA4L JDBA Official Member

    First was 10 months to the day while second was 7 months, 1 day.

    Now to get an SBR stamp (AR-15), a DD stamp (m203), and potentially an SBS stamp (the short double barrel without a stock style).
  6. GuItArMaN8373

    GuItArMaN8373 JDBA OFFICIAL Member JDBA Official Member

    I mean, there really is no downside to shooting suppressed. Except maybe the additional weight/overall length that gets added.

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