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Greetings- New to this type of purchase. Not sure where to begin.-Thanks
 
Posts: 185 | Registered: June 12, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Very little
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If you want to buy in the metro Orlando area try The Armories, they have three locations and work with silencer co, sig, etc.

http://www.thearmories.com/

Other option, very good is FL Gun Exchange in Ormond Beach on Nova Road.

http://floridagunexchange.com/

Others will steer you to buy online,

https://www.silencershop.com/

I bought two from Silencer shop, easy transaction, they had the item in stock,
documents were transferred to ATF by them.

Bought the doc stamp online from them as well.



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Thank you very much. Any advantage buying Online vs. Local store?
 
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Originally posted by Edselbutler:
Thank you very much. Any advantage buying Online vs. Local store?


Compare prices, but don’t forget to consider things like tax and transfer fees. If you buy direct from a local store, you’ll likely have to pay sales tax. If you buy online, you may not have to pay sales tax, but you might have to pay shipping and/or a transfer fee.

I bought my first can from a LGS, but bought subsequent cans from SilencerShop. They shipped the cans to a local “powered by” dealer for pickup, and the only price was the price for the can to SS. No tax and no transfer fee. Also cheaper than the same can at LGS.
 
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Originally posted by Edselbutler:
Thank you very much. Any advantage buying Online vs. Local store?


If you buy it at a local shop that is a range, you can shoot it while awaiting the stamp. I purchased mine from the Orlando Gun Club and was able to shoot it while I waited a year for the stamp to be approved.




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Posts: 8611 | Location: Orlando, Florida | Registered: July 12, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I purchased my Specwar 762 at The Orlando Gun Club, but The Armories people are also very professional and I've had good transactions with them in the past.
 
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Thanks to all. I like the idea of using the unit while waiting for approval.
 
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Originally posted by Edselbutler:
Thank you very much. Any advantage buying Online vs. Local store?


If you buy it at a local shop that is a range, you can shoot it while awaiting the stamp. I purchased mine from the Orlando Gun Club and was able to shoot it while I waited a year for the stamp to be approved.


That has me thinking...


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Originally posted by Edselbutler:
Thank you very much. Any advantage buying Online vs. Local store?


If you buy it at a local shop that is a range, you can shoot it while awaiting the stamp. I purchased mine from the Orlando Gun Club and was able to shoot it while I waited a year for the stamp to be approved.


That has me thinking...


Go on....




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