Hot Sale Solvent Trap Kits
Modular design, you can assemble by yourself, enjoy DIY!
Yields complex 3D parts and can hold very tight tolerances on critical features. Far superior to competitor Metal Stamping
Replaceable accessories. Modular design allows the easy distribution of components and parts. If one part doesn’t work, you can replace it with another part that does work.
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Why choose WIX24003?
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Usually delivered within 7 days
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ATF Form 1 Rejection?
Please go to any of the online forums related to Form 1 Silencers. Some say that if you apply to use a kit it will be denied, and if you apply to make it from scratch it will be accepted. We don’t know yet. There are legal challenges being filed by the GOA and others. Many industry and shooter peeps are reaching out to government officials to get them to stop the ATF. See attached.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On February 28th, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) summarily denied 847 Form 1 applications to make a suppressor because they believed the applicants were using solvent trap kits. On March 3rd, they notified every applicant with pending Form 1 suppressor applications – nearly 3,000 people – that they will now be required to provide pictures and descriptions of all parts and components that will be used to make the suppressor, or their application will be disapproved.
Many observe that they have not yet decided what to make from or their final design. First they will get the Approved ATF Form 1, and only then will they decide. Great ATF answer!
Kits and pre-made parts will be rejected, but making yours from raw materials will be accepted. It’s all about what you tell them, since they have no way to follow up and no requirement to check back after your suppressor is complete.
Despite previously approving thousands of Form 1 applications for individuals and legal entities that have used these kits in recent years, it seems ATF has now decided to change course without any public explanation or justification. What is clear is that ATF has unilaterally decided that the National Firearms Act (NFA) applies to these kits, and therefore any applicant applying to make a suppressor using one might be guilty of a crime. This type of behind-closed-door rulemaking has to stop.
Simply put, it’s time to insist that ATF stop treating the upstanding citizens it regulates like criminals. It’s time for ATF rulemaking to occur in the open. And it’s time to remove suppressors from the NFA so that law-abiding Americans can protect their hearing while exercising their Second Amendment rights without tax or fear of government retribution.
Are solvent traps legal?
The solvent traps themselves are legal, but converting them into a silencer without approval from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives is illegal
Where to ship from?
We ship from Texas, USA
How to cancel my order?
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