- Federal Tax Stamp
Federal Tax Stamp
All silencers require the purchase of a $200 Federal Tax Stamp.
Free NFA Gun Trust
Made In USA
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Free NFA Gun Trust
- We offer a free NFA Gun Trust (a $250 value) to all customers which essentially establishes a joint ownership scenario in which you can legally share your silencer with designated others (as well as determining who will inherit your silencer). This lets others use your silencer.
- We do all the ATF paperwork which helps ensure you completed the gun trust correctly so ATF does not reject. We have completed over 15,000 silencer to gun trust transfers and counting! LEARN MORE
If you don’t love it, return it within 30 days for a full refund – just contact us and we’ll take care of you. Note, reimbursement cannot exceed amount paid.
Simple Buying Process
Simple Buying Process
Find the right silencer for you
We offer all the best brands and can help you choose the silencer that’s right for you.
Let us handle the paperwork
We will manage the entire buying process for you, let you pay for your silencer in installments, and even set up a free NFA Gun Trust that allows others to use your silencer.
Enjoy front door delivery
Once approved, we will ship your new silencer directly to your door.
Description & specs
All silencers and short barreled rifles require the purchase of a $200 Federal Tax Stamp.
The National Firearms Act (NFA) introduced in 1934 requires NFA firearms to be registered and taxed.
The $200 tax was quite prohibitive at the time, which was the goal of the National Firearms Act.
If adjusted for inflation, the $200 required in 1934 would be equivalent to $3,708.00 in 2017.
Brand: Silencer Central
Silencer Central provides a FREE NFA Trust with the purchase of each silencer.
- NFA trusts allow sharing ownership of silencers with others.
- Trusts ensure the next generation inherits your suppressor.
- We have done over 15,000 gun trust silencer transfers and counting!
- We keep on file for future purchases.
The gun trust is 20 plus pages and allows you to add unlimited co-trustees to also use your silencers or other NFA items. We offer this Gun Trust FREE if you purchase a silencer from Silencer Central. We also help ensure you completed the gun trust correctly so ATF does not reject. We have completed over 15,000 silencer to gun trust transfers and counting!
Yes. Buy one silencer and you can use it on all guns of smaller caliber. For example, if you bought the Banish 30 Multi-Caliber Suppressor, it will work with all of your rifle calibers from .17 to .30 caliber magnums
Currently, we’re licensed to sell directly to residents in all 42 states where silencers are legal, including Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
For most customers, we’re able to mail the approved silencer and all forms directly to you, meaning you’ll never have to visit a physical location. This enables us to sell to customers across the country, no matter their zip code!
Yes! Doing so is very common with a stacked baffle design, like the BANISH 30.
Having one silencer for all rifle applications doesn’t often impact performance because .308 silencers are longer with additional baffles. Due to its light weight, titanium is one of the most popular materials for application on all sub calibers. Please note that not all .308 silencers work well on a .223. Stack baffle design is typically best for dual application because there is a greater surface area to remove heat from the blast.
In recent tests, we found that our own exclusive silencer, the BANISH 30, was quieter on a .223 than a .223 silencer was. Additionally, we have tested some silencers that are not hearing safe on all sub-calibers. As such, it’s best to ask our staff if you have a specific question about certain models.