I went with KM TacticalI'm interested in having a suppressor for several of my rifles. However, I'm NOT interested in the outrageous wait time. I would like to build/buy a Solvent Trap and go with the Form 1 method. All of my rifles are 243 caliber or smaller, so a 30 caliber suppressor should cover everything.
I prefer titanium or stainless steel material. I don't think aircraft aluminum would last as long, but I could be wrong.
I've done some research and found that some solvent traps are anywhere from $200 to $600 price range...and higher.
Which brand/model would you recommend?
I'm open to suggestions.
Your experience and knowledge is appreciated.
Safety and performance are 2 of your potential worries. The other involves a type of no-knock visit, by a lettered agency, requesting in a nice manner, all of your firearms and accessories. If you're going to do a form 1 build, please do. Stay away from chinesium traps. Never use aluminum for centerfire rifle. Read. Read. Read. Do not buy from wish. And for christ sake, it's easy enough, just do it legallyMy buddy wants me to join him in a group purchase on some no-name cheap solvent traps. My question would be if this is something worth considering. I guess I would play along for the cheapness of it, but I don't want any safety risks or large performance troubles.
Thanks, this thread is a good one... I’ve form 4d a few in the past, bypassing the Form 1 because I though it was too complex but if the ATF site works I’ve gotten the submission time to 10-12min and can fill out an ATF FD258 in 90 seconds.You should have them before Christmas.