Yes, you can name others as a trustee and then they can have possession of the suppressor too. Folks who own a business may purchase a suppressor for their company. It eliminates CLEO signature, photos and finger prints just like a trust does.HHB Guns said:I hunted last year with my AAC 7.72SD (jenny dont hold it against me...I didnt know yall were there) supressor but with a covered stand and only a little hole to get 31" of barrel and supressor out of it was a little much. I sure did look cool though. The guys at the plantation where I was hunting thought that was the coolest thing ever.
I regret not doing a trust for my supressor. It seems to be a much better way to do business. As it stands now when I'm not at the gunshow neither can my supressor. With a trust I believe that you can name other folks that can have control of it. Jenny... Am I right on this?
Clicker said:I had my heart set on a 300 Whisper upper for the AR until I met a guy with a 338 Spectre. Now I'm undecided on which route to take.
I did take an earless, one eyed rogue hog last year with my 9mm upper on the M16 with a can. That was interesting as I never made it to the stand since he was already on the corn pile as I walked into the woods. It's a little different shooting hogs inside 40 yards at ground level when your accustomed to hunting from a tree stand.