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Six month wait finally over!

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by bikemutt, Mar 21, 2013.

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  1. bikemutt
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    Picked up a Guardian .22 suppressor today. Took 6 months almost to the day but she's finally home, hope it's worth the wait :)

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  2. Armymutt

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    Wow.. is 6 months the normal turn around time now? When I got my Sten in 2000 it was something like 60 days.
     
  3. soloban

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    You're making my .22/45 jealous.
     
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    Had it to the range today, it was so much fun I came home and ordered a YHM titanium QD for my 30 Cal rifles. Just reset the six month clock, LOL.
     
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    Sweet! I am looking forward to playing with mine!
     
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    It sure looks cool.
     
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    I bought a Guardian .22 and started the tax stamp wait in January. Maybe I'll get mine in time for my June birthday. So, you like the Guardian? I don't hear many reports on them. Just got notified today that the gunsmith has finished threading the barrel on my 10/22. Already have a threaded 22/45 that I picked up a couple of months ago.

    If the Guardian .22 works well, then I'm going to order a Guardian 9 for my G17 and for the .300 Blackout that I recently acquired.
     
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    Yes, 6 months is the average right now for Form 4 approvals. 2000 was 13 years ago.....
     
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    I sent my Form 4 on 10/3/12. Received my stamp on 3/29/13
     
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    Congrats!
     
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