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March 26th, 11am- 3pm
Sandhill Shooting Sports
25 Mesa Lane, Lugoff, SC
Have you ever wanted to try a suppressor before you buy? Now you can! Innovative Arms is hosting a demo day at Sandhill Shooting Sports located at 25 Mesa Lane, Lugoff, SC. This is open to the public. Learn about suppressor ownership, and try some before you buy some. Plus there will be several fully automatic weapons for you to shoot, you pay only for the ammo you use! See you there!!
See flyer to the left for more details.
Its finally here! However, its not good, but it is also not as bad as it could have been. After a couple of years and a lot of anticipation the ATF has finally issued a ruling on ATF 41P which now requires fingerprints, photo IDs, and background checks for essentially everyone listed on the trust. Technically, the requirement only exists for “responsible persons;” however, a responsible person is defined as anyone in the trust who can possess the silencer (or any other item in the trust).
Recall, that initially the threat was that 41P was going to require the sheriff to sign off on every application for an NFA item. What was concerning about this is that, believe it or not, some sheriffs refuse to sign the application, and there was no way to force them to do so. Effectively, this legislation would have prohibited people in those jurisdictions from obtaining silencers.
The good news is that the current legislation does not require a CLEO signature, and does not eliminate the use of trusts - either those currently in existence or new ones to be formed. So it appears that at least for the next 180 days, we will still be able to submit the trusts the old way, but after that, the burden upon us, and on the ATF will increase significantly with a significant amount of new paperwork that will need to be completed. The ATF itself also expects the ATF processing times to double.
We will stay on top of the rule changes as best we can. For now, we can still assist you in setting up your NFA trust to purchase silencers and other NFA items. We use only SC licensed attorneys to do so. Send us an email if you would like more information.
More to follow.
Call us at (843) 860-9114 or toll free at (888) 357-4500
South Carolina residents only.
Summer is great for a lot of things. Family vacations and cook-outs are a couple of them. Guns - not so much. The gun shows stop in early June and don't resume until the fall, its too hot to dress head to toe in camo and sit in a tree stand or duck blind, and there is not much to shoot at, legally, besides steel and paper if you could tolerate the heat. Fortunately, our friends at Innovative Arms are busy making new products and have been, well, innovative. If you have seen me at any of the shows in the state, I always have one of Innovative's integrally suppressed Ruger 10-22 take downs with me on my table. If you have stopped to talk to me, I will promptly tell you how great it is, how quiet it is, and how it is my favorite gun to shoot. However, this fall, there may be competition.
Innovative Arms has produced an integrally suppressed Sig MPX 9mm. This is an absolute beauty and will be hard to beat! See it in action below with a variety of 9mm ammo. It is stupid quiet for a 9mm. In case you are wondering, that noise you hear is the action of the rifle. There is no boom, no bang, just the action.
We are working closely with Innovative to be sure to be able to bring these to you once they are available. We don't have prices yet, but we will shortly. In the meantime, if you'd like to get on our list to be one of the first to get one, send us an email and we'll get you inline.
ATF Approval times are now under 6 months in most cases. Form 4s being processed using a trust are taking around 4 months, sometimes less. While the eforms is still reportedly being reinstated, perhaps by the end of this year, the ATF is currently processing paper forms in about the same time as the old eforms system before it was taken offline.
To put this in perspective, last year at this time, paper forms were being approved that were filed more than a year earlier. New forms were predicted to take over a year before they would be approved. The eforms system was functional and those forms were being processed in about 4 months. The eforms system was taken offline last spring due to a large number of problems... technical difficulties.
While the Form 4s and the Form 3s are not back online, others like the Form 1 is back. See the ATF eforms update here for more information.
A silencer for a 12 gauge shot gun! Finally, at long last, they do exist. You have probably seen the movie No Country for Old Men wherein Anton Chigurh uses a Remington Model 11-87 short barrel shotgun with a suppressor on it in several scenes. One of which is depicted at the right. At the time of the movie, this was almost pure Hollywood. Commercially produced sound suppressors did not exist, you could not buy one, they were supposedly impossible, impractical, unbuildable, etc... until yesterday.
What happened yesterday? SilencerCo unveiled their newest creation - the Salvo 12. The Salvo 12 has a modular design that gives flexibility in weight, length, and sound reduction. It is a very effective engineering masterpiece. Best of all, unlike any other commercial suppressor in the world, you can shoot shot shells through the Salvo 12. It is truly the world's first commercially available shotgun suppressor.
You can see it action below.
Pre-ordering starts tomorrow and these are going to be HOT! These retail at $1,400 and will be difficult to get. If you are interested in one of these, if you need one of these or if you just gotta have one, for whatever reason, email us for your best deal.