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Sound and recoil suppressor
Title II weapons, or NFA firearms (weapons requiring a Title 7 or Title 10 Federal Firearms License as well as a Class III Special Occupation Tax to sell, and an ATF Form 4 with $200 tax stamp to purchase, are certain firearms, explosive munitions, and other devices which are federally regulated in the United States by the National Firearms Act (NFA). Any violation of the NFA is a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Per the National Rifle Association's Summary of Gun Control Act of 1968.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), which enforces federal firearms law, refers to such weapons as "NFA firearms". In addition to machine guns, short-barreled rifles and shotguns, heavy weapons and explosive ordnance, NFA firearms include silencers and "any other weapon" (AOW), such as disguised or improvised firearms. (Title I weapons or GCA firearms are conventional rifles, shotguns and handguns)
Explosive devices such as bombs or grenades are regulated as NFA firearms (destructive devices). Explosive materials are not considered NFA firearms; they are regulated under the Organized Crime Control Act and Safe Explosives Act of 2002.
* The foregoing statement does not address which state's law prohibits the possession of Title II weapons. Each person should make sure their state of residence permits these types firearms/weapons to be purchased and/or possessed.
IMPORTANT: Convicted felons need not apply for a NFA trust.
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STATE LAW APPLIES
Be extremely cautious relying on non-attorneys or attorneys unfamiliar with your state’s laws governing trusts along with the purchase and possession of a NFA firearm. These transactions can have very severe consequences if mishandled and not carefully crafted to be valid where you live.
Also be very careful of "inexpensive trusts" (like $99.00 or even less), you will get what you pay for and risk very expensive legal fees to rescue you from prosecution, both from the Federal and State law enforcement.
See Link to the National Firearms Act (NFA): https://www.atf.gov/firearms/faq/national-firearms-act-firearms.html
See Link to ATF's NFA Complete Handbook: atf-nfa-handbook
Thank you for your interest.
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