Description

Introducing the all new lightweight, affordable, and American made Modular Solvent Trap (MST) Rifle Kit designed for the end user!

INCLUDES:

(1) JK 155R 5/8X24 Heavy Duty Thread Mount
(1) JK 155 2.5'' Tube
(8) JK 155R Cup/Divider 60 Degree
(1) JK 155R End Cap

SPECIFICATIONS:

Modular Solvent Trap

Length: Short 3” /Long 8.25” (Configurable)
Diameter: 1.55”
Weight: Short 4.8 oz / Long 11.8 oz (Configurable)
Color: BLACK
Material: T6-7075 Billet Aluminum
Coating: Type 3 Hard Anodize

HD Thread Mounts

Heat Treated 4140 Chrome Moley Steel
Black Oxide Finish

Compatible with: Industry Standard tube thread, 1.375”-24 TPI

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CALIFORNIA
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MPN#: JK-155R-LTK

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The last factory can I bought took almost 11 months to get approved on a form 4
These form 1 suppressors (solvent traps) take about 3 weeks or less for approval. That’s one reason people like making them.
These are perfectly legal, just follow the ATF guidelines and all will be well. The gun shop guy is the last person to get advice from.

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The price on this thing makes it ridiculous. Also if you were caught with one any Judge would have a hard time believing you purchased a 500.00 solvent trap, I fail to see the value in this unless you are willing to break federal law and you live in a socialist state.

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Just buy a real one nerds.

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A "real one" must be registered and therefore can be traced anytime ANY government, be it Federal, State, County or City, decides to make noise reducers illegal.

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GaMbaJd: that is really, really bad advice and will catch you a felony. The Federal government already decided to make suppressor's illegal to possess without a tax stamp. It's called the NFA. Under no circumstances should you build a suppressor without an approved Form 1. I'm not usually comfortable saying this online, but I am an actual attorney and this is legal advice: seriously don't build a suppressor without a Form 1 unless 10 years or so in federal custody is what you're into.

txarmyvet: I pointed this out below, but there are some TERRIBLE solvent kits out there for way overpriced (like this one), and there are some where if you have any machining experience whatsoever, you can something better than what is commercially available for cheaper with better materials that will outperform commercial products. Add in that you only have to wait about a month and half for a Form 1 approval (and you can e-file) and Form 4s are around 13 months, there are some clear advantages to making your own suppressor. Suppressor technology isn't rocket science, it's not that hard to do well on your own. If you're a real nerd (like me) you can find freeze plugs and all sorts of goodies to customize it to your intended use. Again, all completely legal to own provided you do not convert it into suppressor parts without an approved Form 1.

All that said, this is a pretty terrible kit for the price. Aluminum for centerfire rifle for $500? No thank you. If you're interested, you can find much, much better solvent traps out there for much cheaper with better materials (see e.g., Hawk Innovative Tech [their Ti kit is around $500 and their Al kits are much cheaper] or Quietbore [complete steel centerfire rifle kit for $350]).

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How about you cross that bridge when that time comes. Then MAYBE this threaded soda can would be worth buying. Until then, take your schizo meds and keep your paranoia and chemtrail BS between you and your therapist.

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Dude. I’m no lawyer but as green stated “Under no circumstances should you build a suppressor without an approved Form 1” seems like pretty good advise.

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To be clear, my snarky response was aimed at GaMbaJd.

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To each his own. We need to be united. The opposition is.

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To each his own. We need to be united. The opposition is.

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I own plenty nfa items. So I know lol. However I rather get caught with a real one then a pos one that can get you butt fucked for 15 years.

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FIVE. HUNDRED. DOLLARS.

FIVE...HUNDRED...DOLLARS!!! It's not even an exotic metal...and the manufacturer doesn't even have to have an FFL or SOT?! This is more retarded than the, "I make 80% receivers but charge 120% cost of a real receiver".

You guys that fall for this are plum fucking trend chasers.

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There are good D-Cell solvent kits out there that are fully titanium for around $500 or if you're smarter than me and want to build your own, you could get out a lot cheaper. Titanium holds up much better than aluminum to solvents and D Cell is usually better for center rifles because you need a lot of solvent to clean them out. I personally can't find a manufactured full Ti can for centerfire rifle for that price (and if you can, I'll eat my hat). I agree, 80% lower prices are dumb, but I wouldn't put solvent traps in the same category. All that said, this isn't really a great kit for the price. If it were closer to $300, it might be a deal, but at $500, you can do a lot better.

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Just buy a legit suppressor if you want one they really are not that expensive and it’s basically a lifetime envestment. For 200 it would make sense maybe but for 500 plus 200 stamp engraving plus time and work to finish it.

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Normally, I'd agree with that argument, but you can actually build a higher quality suppressor for cheaper than you can buy, provided you do the research and have the proper tools/skill level. Solvent trap kits are interesting, but if you find a good supplier, you can build a full Ti can from the ground-up that is cheaper and might be higher quality (depending on your skill/dedication/budget) than one from a professional company (between $300-500 if you want to go with quality Ti components, cheaper if you're a poors and go steel/aluminum/etc., or just trying to suppress pistol/rimfire), and that is customized to your use/taste. Plus, Form 1 waiting time for e-file is right around a month a half right now vs who knows how long for a manufactured suppressor (I know I've been waiting since March). It's also a lot safer to have undrilled parts and random tubes than to have a solvent trap kit, even though the kits are 100% legal.

You're right, you've got to get it engraved (>$50) and it does take work, but it's not an inordinate amount of time. You're out the $200 either way. To compare, it's really, really hard to build an AR from an 80% lower that's going to approach a higher-end company's product. It can be done, but it is difficult. The same is not true for building a suppressor. If you have the skills and equipment, you can match or exceed even high end suppressors for cheaper and get the tax stamp in a tenth of the time. Just my 2 cents.

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I'm getting extremely tired of the misinformation on these. Read comments/do a modicum of research before you post incorrect information. I'm not saying I'm an attorney, but I say "objection" a lot and I'm not on Law and Order or any of its derivatives. All of this is for informational purposes and is not at all legal advice. I encourage you to hire counsel before attempting anything that might make you catch a felony charge (read: if you follow the advice of someone on the internet without doing your own research/hiring an attorney, you're a moron):

If you do everything correctly, i.e. purchase this intending to use it a solvent trap and get your tax stamp first before doing ANY work; there is nothing illegal about this provided you don't do anything illegal with it. The issue comes with the ATF if you're buying imported items. For whatever reason, that seems to be the trigger for them. I personally think it is because the Wish-esq fuel filters probably require very little (if any) work to be come a suppressor (i.e., they just spin on; I've never bought one so I don't know). These kits require quite a bit of end-work to turn into a functioning suppressor. Some companies (e.g., Hawk) might really be toeing the line because they sell precut baffles, but if you want to be safe just go with a company without cut baffles.

Again, the only way you would get in trouble for owning one of these is 1) you convert it into a suppressor before you get you get your tax stamp approved, or 2) constructive possession, which would be extremely difficult to prove with an undrilled kit, unless you're an idiot and admit that you bought the kit to turn it into a suppressor (don't talk to LEOs without an attorney) and/or you did work on it before you got your Form 1 tax stamp. If you're really paranoid, use the solvent trap as it is actually intended: a solvent trap BEFORE you file your Form 1 (funnily enough, these actually do work really well for cleaning out your gun if you're like me and just like to spray everything down with copious amounts of solvent). That way you could say with a straight face that you were using it for the intended purpose.

ALL OF THIS INFORMATION IS EASILY SEARCHABLE JUST GOOGLE "FORM 1" AND "SOLVENT TRAP." SERIOUSLY, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE AN ATTORNEY OR EVEN HAVE A TRIPLE DIGIT IQ TO UNDERSTAND THIS. JUST BE CAREFUL AND DO NOT DO ANY WORK UNTIL YOU GET YOUR FORM 1 APPROVED.

TL;DR Version - Do research before posting incorrect information please. As of August 25, 2020, there is nothing illegal about owning a solvent trap, provided you do nothing illegal with it. The moment you convert it into an item designed to reduce the noise level of a firearm without a Form 1, you've committed a felony. With a Form 1, you can convert one. It's as simple as that. NONE OF THIS IS LEGAL ADVICE AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED AS SUCH.

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They wont start with the purchasers, they will go after the seller first, with the pricing being competitive with a real suppressor, not a solvent trap, it will be used to show the intent was to evade regulations, boom slam dunk, then they get the sales records too. I'd go the legit route.

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I don't mean this rudely, but that's not how constructive intent works, nor is that how the ATF enforces NFA. Unless you have finished suppressor parts that you don't have a tax stamp for, there is nothing illegal about owing a solvent trap. They are not suppressors because fired bullet cannot pass through them without additional work. There's no "intent to evade regulations," it's merely whether or not you had finished suppressor parts or not for constructive intent. That's really all it comes down to. If you're really paranoid, then do a Form 1 with the specs of a solvent trap kit and wait till you're approved to order it. It's not necessary, but if it gives you peace of mind, then by all means.

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Exactly. Just because you can illegally modify a semi-auto to fire full-auto doesn't mean they will shut down the sites selling them.

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NICE TRY ATF. nope. not falling for it. You have to be incredibly dumb to buy this, knowing damn well the ATF is going to see it, subpoena their sales information. They have done this to multiple US sellers of those glock autosears, they'll do it with this too.

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This is a seriously stupid comment in 2020. Solvent traps are perfectly legal to purchase.

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If you want to buy a bootleg suppressors "solvent trap" then hit ebay. If you feel like actually using it for something other than solvent then roll the dice and hope you dont go to federal prison. Hopefully they will ban this stupid law AKA infringement eventually. either way paying $500 is ridiculous for what this is,

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If you scared the ATF looking into your private info, don't do stupid, illegal shit. Don't make pressure cooker bombs. Don't have illegal full-auto guns.If you want a silencer do it legally. Dumbass.

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Great Form 1 explanation. Not my video. Explains the differences between a JK and the other so-called solvent traps that are imported:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXG5WY08hdU&feature=emb_logo

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Say bye bye Rainier :)
BATF will shut them down for having this 'solvent trap' on their site even if they do not make it, they are selling it.
It's the old fake can scam dealio....you can make one out of a maglite and that is where these all started from.
Yup, good riddance Rainier, you were always over priced anyway.

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People don't like the truth. Just look at what the ATF did with those US sellers that were reselling the wish.com glock autosears.

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These are 100% legal as long as you don't drill before you get your form 1 approved. No problem at all with manufacturing a suppressor if you jump through the correct hoops. Watch the video I posted and/or do 5 minutes of research on the internet before posting bad information, Thorax. Seriously, all it takes is googling "solvent trap" and "form 1." These have been around for a while.

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Rainier Arms isn't going anywhere, Chief. Quit spreading your Bullshit.

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Yea, kinda like this site too, right ?
http://lafoauto.com/
Never happen, not in a million years, right ?

Yep, you are dumber than shit.

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LMMFAO...All you do is come on here, talk shit about other sites and brag about your FFL.. like that is something extraordinary to have. F'n idiot. What is next? You going to say I work at THIS seller as well, F#ktard? Go ahead on...

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thats one f-ing expensive "solvent" trap! make your own for less than $30

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Even if they gave me a rifle with it, this would be overpriced.

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