Description

The Wise Arms Whisper .22 rimfire suppressor is an exceptionally lightweight suppressor designed for use with handguns or rifles. The core of the suppressor is assembled from six aluminum K-style baffles that are fully user disassmbleable for cleaning and maintenance. Compatible with .22 LR, .22 WMR, and 17 HMR, this effective silencer offers an average of 27dB noise reduction.
Features:
- Lightweight aluminum construction
- 1" diameter
- 1/2x28 Direct Thread mounting
- User disassembleable
- Weighs just 3.5 Oz
- 5.75" length
- Full auto rated / tested
Baffle Material: Aluminum
Baffle Style: stacked
Brand: Wise Arms
Caliber Gauge: Multiple - See Description
Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
Full Auto Rated: Full Auto Rated
Weight: 3.5 Oz
MPN#: Whisper22

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The NFA is so backwards anymore. I’ve been waiting for an SBR to get approved for 9 months now. If I am going to get a silencer I’ll get a top of the line considering you have to pay an additional $200 for the BATF tax stamp.

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The NFA is so backwards anymore. I’ve been waiting for an SBR to get approved for 9 months now. If I am going to get a silencer I’ll get a top of the line considering you have to pay an additional $200 for the BATF tax stamp.

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Anyone know if these are any good? I cant seem to find much info or reviews on them.

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These look like the $20 solvent traps you can buy off ebay. I'd go that route and pay a machinist $50 to drill baffles and engrave/serial can after Form 1 approval within 30 days of payment instead of a year.

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Guys, forgive me for a stupid question. I do not know how this stuff works. If I want to buy this thing, per my understanding I have to send a lot of ink filled paper to ATF in order they give me an NFA stamp. By the time I get the response, probably in a year this item will be long time gone. So how can this even work ?

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It's convoluted, and stupid, but generally when you purchase a suppressor your paying for a serialized unit that is specific to your form 1. The seller will often help with the paperwork, and then hold on to the item until the paperwork goes though, at which time you may take possession of that item assuming everything is copacetic. If the form is denied, the seller can then attempt to sell it to another individual, and you should receive a refund, minus any filing charges. Not an esquire, so consult a dealer for more information.

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