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Old 11-09-2011, 00:18   #1
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NFA Trust (Texas)

I am interested in setting up a NFA Trust to purchase a SBR and a couple of suppressors, and possibly more Class III items in the future. Do any of you fellow Texans out there have a Lawyer or Law Firm that you would recommend? Possibly one that won't charge me an arm and a leg. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 11-09-2011, 00:28   #2
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I am interested in setting up a NFA Trust to purchase a SBR and a couple of suppressors, and possibly more Class III items in the future. Do any of you fellow Texans out there have a Lawyer or Law Firm that you would recommend? Possibly one that won't charge me an arm and a leg. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 11-09-2011, 00:31   #3
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I have a NFA trust and mine was done by Sean Cody. He is not just another attorney, he is also a Firearms enthusiast. Here is his web page [URL]http://www.texasnfatrust.com/[/URL]
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Old 11-09-2011, 01:38   #5
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One quick warning though! Once you start in the NFA game it gets addictive and expensive. I have my SBR being cerakoted now, along with its suppressor. I will get to take it out for the first time shooting when I get back to the states in a few days. Also I started out with one supressor, and each one I buy makes me want to get another one for a different caliber.
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Old 11-09-2011, 11:56   #6
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Also I started out with one supressor, and each one I buy makes me want to get another one for a different caliber.
Dont they make adapters for different calibers on the same suppressor?
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Old 11-14-2011, 18:49   #7
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Dont they make adapters for different calibers on the same suppressor?
Yes and no.

You can use a center fire suppressor on rimfire, but it is not a good idea to do so if it is not user serviceable (the can will fill up with lead). Plus a rimfire suppressor is normally quite a bit smaller and lighter than a centerfire suppressor. Obviously using a rimfire suppressor on a center fire pistol would be a huge mistake.

A rifle suppressor is designed to minimize blow-back which is an unpleasant fact of life with suppressed rifles. In addition full power rifle rounds will grenade a pistol suppressor (they are not designed to handle the pressure). People shooting pistol suppressors on rifles are normally shooting subsonic ammo.

I recently got my first suppressor and am really enjoying it. I have the bug and plan on seeing if I can get my Marlin Papoose converted to integral suppressed. I haven't found anyone who will do it yet, but I have seen examples of this so obviously somebody is doing it.
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Sean Cody is working on my trust right now. He called me the next morning after I emailed him, nice guy to talk to. very informative website http://www.texasnfatrust.com/
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Sean Cody is working on my trust right now. He called me the next morning after I emailed him, nice guy to talk to. very informative website http://www.texasnfatrust.com/


Great guy to work with!!
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