Steps for Suppressor Purchase:
The steps to suppressor ownership is simple and your dealer will walk you through the process each step of the way.
- Locate a class III dealer in your state to handle your transfer.
- Place your order through Liberty Suppressors or your Class III Dealer.
- Pick up your prefilled ATF Form 4 packet, from your dealer.
- Complete your ATF Form 4 packet, which will require:
- a $200 check payable to the ATF for your Transfer Tax Stamp
- a trip to your local Sheriff’s office or CLEO to have him sign the forms and do fingerprint cards. (If your suppressor is owned by your Trust or Corporation, you will skip this step)
- Attach a passport portrait onto the form. (If your suppressor is owned by your Trust or Corporation, you will skip this step)
- Mail your form 4 packet to the ATF. Allow a minimum of one month (4-6 month Average) for processing w/ the ATF. Once the form 4 is approved, it will be sent back to your dealer and you can go pick up your Suppressor !
THATS IT! YOUR SUPPRESSOR IS NOW YOURS TO ENJOY
FOR A LIFETIME
Tone of a silencer is subjective to the individual and is more important than absolute decibel levels in the real world. The Db meter is great for scientifically determining that a certain design is safe for use, but in the end the person designing the silencer needs to make sure the tone generated by the can will be pleasant to the ear as well as the meter. There are many world class 22LR silencers on the market today that measure less than 120dB on a sound pressure level meter, but only one maker (Liberty) chooses to additionally apply the metric of tone when making silencers. Some have said that this is to compensate for lack of ability, but we have proven that we are capable and now we are moving to the next level in design. Before you buy, you should really try to find a few silencers in the caliber you are wanting and listen to them side by side on similar weapons if possible. We feel that tonal differences make the silencer or break it for people. Try them out and you too will see…
S&W M&P series handguns
HK Tactical series
SIG Sauer P series pistols
The Glock family of pistols do not have factory threaded barrels in the US, but they are easily obtained and work well with suppressors.
6.8 SPC and the 7.62 x39 Russian rounds in the Infiniti:
States that allows the ownership of silencers
Alabama as of July 2010 SBR & SBS are good!!
*Special restrictions apply