b1ack5mith wrote:You can't receive a suppressor as a "gift" it's illegal to own without tax stamp forms in your name from the ATF for a cool $200 (on top of the price of the silencer) and a nice 3-ish month backround check and get "permission" (signed off) from your local head of the fuzz. Know a LEO who had to wait 5 months for his backround check Also you have to keep the paperwork with the silencer (or title 2 weapon) anywhere the gun is at to produce the papers.i was reading:
76-10-509.4. Prohibition of possession of certain weapons by minors.
(1) A minor under 18 years of age may not possess a handgun.
(2) Except as provided by federal law, a minor under 18 years of age may not possess the following:
(a) a sawed-off rifle or sawed-off shotgun; or
(b) a fully automatic weapon.
(3) Any person who violates Subsection (1) is guilty of:
(a) a class B misdemeanor upon the first offense; and
(b) a class A misdemeanor for each subsequent offense.
(4) Any person who violates Subsection (2) is guilty of a third degree felony.
well, zuppressor is considered a full automatic weapon (yeah funny) and it says anyone UNDER 18 may not own a full auto... does that mean an 18 year old CAN own a full auto???? how can they do this? how can i get a suppressor while being under 21? (ill be 21 in dec, so its not too far away, THEN WE CAN DRINK!!! not that i will, but i want to be ABLE to) would i have to "receive it as a gift"?
They are illegal to transfer without notifying the ATF filling out a form 4 (I think) and as if the ATF would approve such a transfer, backround check, tax stamp payment chief of fuzz signature again ect. would have to happen again because it is a title II "weapon" regulated by the ATF all transfers HAVE to notify them or it's a big ol' sentence to a jail cell with bubba.
I don't think you can own a title II weapon under the age of 21, I'm not sure, but I doubt the ATF would approve sale to anyone under 21.