Recommend a Suppressor selling shop?

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by djaziatic, Nov 19, 2014.

  1. djaziatic

    djaziatic
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    NFA Virgin here. Anyone recommend a shop in or around Portland, OR that I should go to? I'm looking to get a YHM-4300 can.
     
  2. bolus

    bolus
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    www.tornado-technologies.com

    recently while I was waiting for a background check to complete on a transfer, I asked about the whole process for buying a suppressor. They ran me through the whole process including all the paperwork which they help with. They are a dealer for several companies who make suppressors as well. Very nice people.
     
  3. yskippy

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    Curtis discount shooter supply. Worked with them on my purchase. Provided great information and walked me step by step through the process. I have nothing but great things to say about them
     
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  4. J&B Firearm Sales Inc.

    J&B Firearm Sales Inc.
    10201 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton
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    We stock and sell Yankee Hill products and have a YHM-4300 in stock now. We would be happy to help you, give us a call or stop by!
     
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  5. PDXSparky

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    Having what you want in stock is a big plus, especially for suppressors.

    With that said, Jason at JC Weaponry is my go to guy for NFA toys.
     
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  6. jbett98

    jbett98
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    Set up a revocable family gun trust first. It really is the way to go.
     

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