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#1 OFFLINE   smallblockfuelie

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Posted Sep. 21 2009 - 01:08 AM

So with my pending move back to MO after being gone for quite some time I went looking to see if silencers were legal in MO. Since I am leaving California I was hopeful I could finally own one. No such luck. But at least I will be able to carry concealed!


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Posted Sep. 21 2009 - 08:29 AM

So with my pending move back to MO after being gone for quite some time I went looking to see if silencers were legal in MO. Since I am leaving California I was hopeful I could finally own one. No such luck. But at least I will be able to carry concealed!

That sucks dude, but at least it is a move in the right direction.


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Posted Sep. 21 2009 - 10:31 PM

Yea I think you can have them as a collectible or ornament only.

However you can SBR though, :nt:


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Posted Sep. 21 2009 - 11:08 PM

Yea I think you can have them as a collectible or ornament only.

However you can SBR though, :nt:



You know, I've never owned a SBR! :nt: :thumb:


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Posted Sep. 21 2009 - 11:34 PM

You know, I've never owned a SBR! :nt: :thumb:

Going to get to shoot mine tomorrow. Get the sights set in. I even got one of those funky little came that I can mount on the side and get the barrles point of view. Will post pics tomorrow.


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Posted Sep. 23 2009 - 08:09 PM

I believe any FFL in MO can acquire a silencer.

You should check into getting a Curio and Relic license... I heard that works.

but check into it before you start buying!


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Posted Sep. 24 2009 - 12:16 PM

Thanks, I will look into it. I am also considering looking into doing Animal Damage Control work there if I could then get the permit for a silencer.


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Posted Sep. 24 2009 - 09:04 PM

Thanks, I will look into it. I am also considering looking into doing Animal Damage Control work there if I could then get the permit for a silencer.


I'm almost 100% certain that MNissouri recently (within the past few years) started allowing dealers to acquire silencers. If I remember correctly, even your average Joe with a Type 03 FFL (simple C&R FFL license, not to be confused with a Type 3 SOT aka "class 3 dealer") can get one.

My source is a Police Captain in MO... but it was from a couple years ago, so the loophole may have closed.


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Posted Sep. 24 2009 - 11:06 PM

That would be FANTASTIC. I have a C&R permit application on my desk I am going to submit as soon as I am moved to MO.


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Posted Oct. 11 2009 - 08:12 PM

That would be FANTASTIC. I have a C&R permit application on my desk I am going to submit as soon as I am moved to MO.


My first post here. Same boat. I have my C&R app filled out to be mailed tomorrow. Law says you must be FFL Licensed, which includes C&R. Don't forget to do the Form 1 as well (another $200).

I just bought a night scope and would like a suppressor to be able to shoot at night without disturbing the area too much. Lots of coyotes here and I have sheep and cattle.

I'll be making my own suppressor. I have a shop myself and friends from work have any possible thing I don't have, so it'll be a cinch. Will order adjustable gas block tonight. My dedicated night machine is a DPMS LR308 AP4.


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Posted Oct. 11 2009 - 08:54 PM

My second post here. Not 5 minutes after typing the first post, I thought I'd go 'scope' out the pasture, and sure as the nose on my face a coyote is making a dash toward the area where I keep sheep. I had to chamber a round and couldn't believe he was still in the area when I brought the aim back up. Took a shot and couldn't see the result after the recoil (it's night time). Took the flashlight out where I shot and he was DRT with a shot right between his eyes. Was about a 75 yd shot. I had only sighted in the night scope with the cap on the front using the peep hole and didn't have a chance to sight it at night. Guess it was OK where it was.


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Posted Oct. 11 2009 - 09:30 PM

Linky: http://www.cowskincr...s/coyoteweb.jpg


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Posted Oct. 11 2009 - 09:47 PM

Welcome to the forums! I'm always glad to see another predator hunter join up. Nice shooting! From the picture it looks like an adult coyote you took.


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Posted Oct. 25 2009 - 07:30 AM

YOU CAN HAVE SUPPRESSORS IN MISSOURI! AS some others have said, you have to get a Curios and Relics FFL, then apply for the tax stamp for the suppressor or the SBR. OR BOTH! Missouri started allowing suppressors over a year ago, A friend of mine manufactures some here in Springfield.


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Posted Oct. 25 2009 - 10:37 AM

Thanks Gun Nut, I just recently discovered that. To say I am tickled is a huge under statement. We're a few short months from the move OUT of California. While waiting for the our arrival in Missouri so I can submit my C & R paperwork I am stuck trying to decide which calibers get a can first. As of right now I have settled on initially getting one for a rifle and one for a pistol.

For the pistol I am looking at getting one for my Glock 20. With a new barrel for my wife's Glock 23 that can could serve more than one weapon. For the rifle can I am still trying to decide. If I can hunt with a silencer I'd likely start with my 6 x 47 on my favorite coyote rifle. That can then could also be screwed my my AR with a 6 x45 platform on it. The Lapua Mag could sure use some noise taming, but I don't shoot it as often as some of the others. The 260 and 308 would also be great choices for a new silencer. Just too many choices!!


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Posted Oct. 25 2009 - 12:01 PM

welcome back to missouri.


what made you decide to leave kalifornia ?


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Posted Oct. 25 2009 - 12:43 PM

welcome back to missouri.


what made you decide to leave kalifornia ?


Completion of military obligation. I am retired and my wife retires in February. As soon as she does we're on the way back home.


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Posted Oct. 26 2009 - 12:38 AM

Completion of military obligation. I am retired and my wife retires in February. As soon as she does we're on the way back home.




i welcome you back to the show-me ! :thumb:


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Posted Jan. 01 2010 - 11:42 PM

This entire topic has been a real eye opener for me. I've learned a lot and will begin the process to secure a can right after I arrive. One of my hunting buddies is a Highway Patrol in the county where I will live so I will hit him up to talk to the sheriff for me. Hopefully he will sign off on it so I don't have to do the end run around him. Thanks to all those who have been such a huge help and source of information. You guys rock. :thumb:


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Posted Apr. 28 2010 - 09:58 PM

Check out C& S Metal Werks in St. Charles, Ken the owner is a great Guy and a master Gunsmith/Machinist...

He will guide you though the process of getting your C&R and aquiring a can....

He can sell you a Gemtech, YHM or something of the like, (or make one) and he can thread your Barrels for the adapter, if they are not can ready...

I've got a decent .308 that I toyed with the idea of putting a can on... By the time your all said and done, your upwards of 800.00 I think...


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