Welcome to Northwest Firearms
Join our community, sign up for free today!
Sign Up

Buying a Surpressor, Near Portland, in Easy Mode?

Smitty79

Messages
108
Reactions
32
One of the things I most enjoy doing, is taking non-shooters to the range and showing them things about guns. I have several guns that have no other use case than to let other people shoot them.

I've never really gotten the interest in suppressors. When I'm shooting for fun, I wear hearing protection. If I'm shooting to save my life, suppressors are too big to maneuver well and conceal.

I think I want a suppressor that I can hang on the front of a CZ P-07 or a Glock 19 to play with at the range and to use to show non-gun people how they work and what they sound like.

Is there a place between Portland and Salem that I can walk in, do all the paperwork, pay the money and then just come in and pick it up when it's time. I am willing to pay a bit more for convenience.
 

Lazyfaire

Messages
1,568
Reactions
2,656
One of the things I most enjoy doing, is taking non-shooters to the range and showing them things about guns. I have several guns that have no other use case than to let other people shoot them.

I've never really gotten the interest in suppressors. When I'm shooting for fun, I wear hearing protection. If I'm shooting to save my life, suppressors are too big to maneuver well and conceal.

I think I want a suppressor that I can hang on the front of a CZ P-07 or a Glock 19 to play with at the range and to use to show non-gun people how they work and what they sound like.

Is there a place between Portland and Salem that I can walk in, do all the paperwork, pay the money and then just come in and pick it up when it's time. I am willing to pay a bit more for convenience.
Rich's Gun Shop in Donald ** They have several on display
TickLicker in S Salem
Curt's Discount (on McLoughlin - PDX)
 

bad pony

Messages
32
Reactions
52
I bought mine through the Silencer Shop online which sets you up with a local dealer. Mine is currently sitting in ATF jail at Rich's Gun Shop in Donald. Silencer Shop is partnered with more than just them though.
 

Lazyfaire

Messages
1,568
Reactions
2,656
Rich's only charges $50 for the transfer fee on an NFA item and that's a better than average fee
 

jbett98

Messages
9,894
Reactions
17,455
Curt's would give you an adapter of your choice when you buy a suppressor from them.
It's been awhile since I acquired mine, hopefully they still do as they generally cost around $85.00 and it's a nice bonus.
 

Reno

Messages
6,892
Reactions
14,615
One of the things I most enjoy doing, is taking non-shooters to the range and showing them things about guns. I have several guns that have no other use case than to let other people shoot them.

I've never really gotten the interest in suppressors. When I'm shooting for fun, I wear hearing protection. If I'm shooting to save my life, suppressors are too big to maneuver well and conceal.

I think I want a suppressor that I can hang on the front of a CZ P-07 or a Glock 19 to play with at the range and to use to show non-gun people how they work and what they sound like.

Is there a place between Portland and Salem that I can walk in, do all the paperwork, pay the money and then just come in and pick it up when it's time. I am willing to pay a bit more for convenience.
Go look on Silencershops website for a kiosk in your area. They make buying them 100% easier than anyone else.
 
Messages
515
Reactions
135
The only places that can do what you’re asking is a place with “silencershop” kiosk it does it all for you. You go pay handle all bubblegum on kiosk then wait. MK tactical in Hillsboro has one I’m sure some others might also
 

Dyjital

Messages
8,355
Reactions
15,315
Start now and you still can wait a year.

If your close enough I think @dumplord and crew let you fondle in their possession before paperwork is cleared.
 
Last edited:

Lazyfaire

Messages
1,568
Reactions
2,656
I know that this is heresy, but you can purchase a suppressor anywhere. In a gun shop or online doesn't matter. The important part is to ask whatever gun shop what they will charge you as fees for transfer of the item. They hold it for you until they get the stamp and call you to come in and get it. The fee could be $50 or it could be $100. Always ask before you buy.
 
Messages
705
Reactions
622
Oregon Rifleworks.
On Main street in Tigard. Full service shop. They will help you with the paperwork, you fill it out right there in the shop, take fingerprints and photos and mail it all off for you. Just wait for their call then go pick up your suppressor
 

NEW CLASSIFIED ADS

LATEST REVIEWS

  • Oregon Rifleworks
    5.00 star(s)
    Love all the Guys and Gals, the redbeard is pleased. Even if it wasn't 1 min away from my house...
    • SVT-ROY
  • Liberty Safes of Oregon
    5.00 star(s)
    I bugged these guys for a while as I was on the fence as to what safe to buy. There are so many...
    • trekkerpaul
  • Copeland Custom Gunworks
    5.00 star(s)
    Tim is fantastic! He does great work and does it in a timely manner! He reblued a Colt slide for...
    • hker71
  • Aloha Surplus
    4.00 star(s)
    Its always fun to check out the surplus stuff they have. Some is reasonably priced, some not so...
    • trekkerpaul
  • Copeland Custom Gunworks
    5.00 star(s)
    I recently sent in a project gun to Mr. Copeland to slick up an action and thread the barrel...
    • CountryGent