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Thanks Nick. I am going to probably buy a Sparrow for my .22 first and, when SS gets them back in, a user serviceable 9mm can. When you said "upload photo" does that mean I need a smart phone? I don't have one.
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I ordered a suppressor

Thanks to the info you folks have supplied and feedback I received on the Dead Air Mask suppressor, I ordered one through Silencer Shop and will use Gun Metal as the FFL since that is the closest place to me.

As soon as I figure out which 9mm can I want, I will be ordering one of those also.
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Iíve been following this thread which helped me finally pull the trigger. I went through silencer shop and got a DA Nomad-30 for my DDM4 PDW. I have to complete my fingerprints tomorrow because the shop was closed today and then itís sit and wait time...sigh.
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1. pick out a form 1 kit, get specs/length/caliber etc, info only, do not buy it(having parts without a form 1 can get your dog shot), although some may allow a "deposit" and hold it till you have a form 1. get prints or do them yourself on FBI standard print cards
2. file a form 1 on the atf website with the spec info.
3. get confirm on the filing and a cover sheet, mail cover sheet and print cards to the ATF, send the letter to your CLEO.
4. get the F1 approved, buy the F1 suppressor kit and jig, most sellers now need a copy of your F1 before they send it. They should engrave it for you.
5. drill it, build it, use a test rod to make sure everything lines up and you won't get a baffle strike.
6. test fire. test with a brace before you pin/weld the mount and tube if you are doing a single stamp rifle with < 16" barrel.

A decent kit is stupid easy to make, basically drill baffles/end cap with a drill press, centering jig and assemble. Some may add clips, slots or ports in the baffles with a milling bit to get a little better performance.
I do have the freeze plug shaper for the 1.5" freezeplugs as well as a 6 ton press and those recommended in the $100 form 1 can thread by Webber.

The #4 part: Send letter to your CLEO. What letter is that. Also for fingerprints, I had a Trust once upon a time and did a Form 1 x 3. Do I need prints of those in the Trust (Me and Wife) or also the beneficiaries (still minors at this time)?
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Thanks Nick. I am going to probably buy a Sparrow for my .22 first and, when SS gets them back in, a user serviceable 9mm can. When you said "upload photo" does that mean I need a smart phone? I don't have one.
John. Yes, I used my IPhone and the Silencer Shop app to take a photo. I am not sure what other ways it can be done. I might suggest talking to the FFL that you are having it shipped to as they might be able to direct you to another way to get that done.
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John. Yes, I used my IPhone and the Silencer Shop app to take a photo. I am not sure what other ways it can be done. I might suggest talking to the FFL that you are having it shipped to as they might be able to direct you to another way to get that done.
I made an appointment for photo and fingerprints at Gun Metal in Millersville. I decided to go with the Dead Air Mask instead of the Sparrow based on numerous reviews of each.

Thanks for your help.
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Thanks Nick. I am going to probably buy a Sparrow for my .22 first and, when SS gets them back in, a user serviceable 9mm can. When you said "upload photo" does that mean I need a smart phone? I don't have one.
Have you tried a sparrow yet? If not, I have 2 videos I can send you that may help you decide if that is what you'd like to get.

As for a user serviceable 9mm can, I'd recommend against it. Centerfire cans don't need to be cleaned very often, if at all. The centerfire rounds actually clean the can out for the most part when shooting.

Honestly, I'd tell you to skip the 9mm can and get a 45 can. Specifically the Silencerco Osprey 45. No need for suppressor height sights on your pistols and a 45 can will suppress anything 45ACP and smaller. I have videos of a Osprey 45 where I'm just shooting it and also where I'm hitting a steel plate target for sound comparison.

Call up SS and ask if you can do a backorder over the phone for a can that you want. You may be surprised as to what happens.
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I made an appointment for photo and fingerprints at Gun Metal in Millersville. I decided to go with the Dead Air Mask instead of the Sparrow based on numerous reviews of each.

Thanks for your help.
This is the first I've heard of this joint, I might have to check them out!
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Have you tried a sparrow yet? If not, I have 2 videos I can send you that may help you decide if that is what you'd like to get.

I decided to go with a Dead Air Mask based on reviews and members feedback.


As for a user serviceable 9mm can, I'd recommend against it. Centerfire cans don't need to be cleaned very often, if at all. The centerfire rounds actually clean the can out for the most part when shooting.

I shoot cast bullets that I make in all my guns except .22RF and 5.56 AR platforms. This makes user serviceable mandatory as they crud up pretty good.


Honestly, I'd tell you to skip the 9mm can and get a 45 can. Specifically the Silencerco Osprey 45. No need for suppressor height sights on your pistols and a 45 can will suppress anything 45ACP and smaller. I have videos of a Osprey 45 where I'm just shooting it and also where I'm hitting a steel plate target for sound comparison.

I have no .45 that I wish to suppress that is why I want a 9mm can.

Call up SS and ask if you can do a backorder over the phone for a can that you want. You may be surprised as to what happens.

I replied to your post between the lines.
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This is the first I've heard of this joint, I might have to check them out!
From what I could find out, they look like a FFL machine shop that also does CerraKote.

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