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Posted by RogerTC1 (Member # 560) on :
 
To fulfill mu bucket list I ordered a 22 silencer I can use on a bunch of my guns. Did the order Jan 7th 2019. $290 for a Yankee Hill Stinger and $200 for TAX STAMP. Well I finally was able to pick it up October 12th 2019!!!
Also this year I had my grave stone made and installed.
Go my only tattoo last year.
Painted, tossed old furniture and got new furniture for my house.
The VA replaced my right knee and I can walk again. Feel good for a young 67 years old.
Sold a bunch of guns but still have a piss load.
Bought a couple more cars so now my auto count is at 5. Love it.
All in all life is good. Hope everyone's live are good too. LATER ROGER
Happy Halloween.
 
Posted by zombo (Member # 2219) on :
 
I guess you've never heard of a solvent trap adapter?
 
Posted by JJ (Member # 1163) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by zombo:
I guess you've never heard of a solvent trap adapter?

I guess you never heard of the ATF and 5am knock on your door?
For $200 bucks I'll take sleeping better than risk some stupid shit.
 
Posted by Retired Bum (Member # 554) on :
 
So what is a "solvent trap adapter"? Enquiring minds want to know.....

And so it goes.


The Retired One
 
Posted by JJ (Member # 1163) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Retired Bum:
So what is a "solvent trap adapter"? Enquiring minds want to know.....

And so it goes.


The Retired One

it allows you (not legally) to use the adapter to fit a oil filter or other things as suppressors, get caught with the gun and adapter & oil filter all together and say good bye for 10 years.
As far as I remember the one guy pleaded guilty and got 36 months at club fed, the other I know of pleaded not guilty , forced a trial and got convicted and sentenced to 120 months in federal custody.
He was caught at a range using the thing, the atf had video of him using it.
all to save $200.00 tax stamp .
Yeah yeah I know the govt is violating our rights for charging $200.00 for the stamp, although I agree , it's not worth the risk , you can't win , you in 1934 that $200 was used as a ban more or less because who the hell had $200 in 1934, you could buy a house for that back then.
 
Posted by Retired Bum (Member # 554) on :
 
JJ,

Okay, I have heard of the use of motor vehicle oil filters as make shift sound suppressors but hadn't heard them referred to as solvent traps. Learn something new every once in a while....

And so it goes.


The Retired One
 
Posted by zombo (Member # 2219) on :
 
Solvent Traps are LEGAL!
Some people are nervous about owning a solvent trap to clean firearms. Those who feel this way obviously just want to make sure they are abiding by the law, but with a little research into the facts they will find it is 100 percent legal to own a solvent trap to clean your firearms.
Again, it is 100 percent legal to own a solvent trap kit to clean your firearms.
The BATF, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, considers a solvent trap a “Firearm Accessory.” The BATF recognizes that a Solvent Trap can be attached to the end of the barrel, with an adapter, as a cleaning accessory and is not considered as anything other than an accessory because a projectile, or bullet, cannot pass through the tube without modification. This means the solvent traps can be purchased and sold without any paperwork or an NFA tax stamp. You do not need a Form 1 to purchase a Solvent Trap.
However if you turn a solvent trap into a Suppressor without filing and receiving back an approved Form 1 you are committing a crime that could be punishable as a felony.
You must have the tax stamp in hand before making any modifications. Failure to do so is a violation of Federal Law. We are not responsible for your actions should you fail to do this and we DO NOT recommend or condone ANY modifications to our products.
So long as your solvent trap continues to be used to catch cleaning fluids and debris, you are completely legal without concern.As a solvent trap owner, you are solely responsible for what you do with your solvent trap. If you do decide to modify the trap for anything but a cleaning aid, it is a strong recommendation you read and follow the BATF regulations on NFA items. Please see ATF Eform 1 Electronic Guide for any other help to apply for a form one or read any BATF regulations on NFA items.

https://quietbore.com/2019/09/22/solvent-traps-are-legal/
 
Posted by zombo (Member # 2219) on :
 
p.s. It's good to see you back JJ.

we need to liven this place back up like the olden days. what say you fellow losers?
 


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