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Flare Launcher Inserts

Flare launcher inserts
Classification

Any Other Weapons, only when possessed with a flare launcher

 
 
 
Distinctive Characteristics

Generally made of metal

Special Note

25 mm 12 GA adapter is lawful unless modified

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00 if installed in a flare launcher (making of AOW)


Sionics Type Silencer Kit (complete and unassembled)

Sionics Type Silencer Kit (complete and unassembled)
Classification

Silencer

 
 
Distinctive Characteristics

Two outer cylinders, threaded ported sleeve, eyelets, bushing, baffle, spirals, encapsulator, front end cap.

Special Note

The internal components or the outer cylinders, are also silencers as defined.

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00


High Standard H. D. Military, .22cal. Pistol with Silencer

High Standard H. D. Military, .22cal. Pistol with Silencer
Classification

Silencer

 
 
Distinctive Characteristics

Any device for silencing or diminishing the report of any portable weapon.

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00


Ruger Standard Model .22cal. Pistol with Homemade Silencer

Ruger Standard Model .22cal. Pistol with Homemade Silencer
Classification

Silencer

 
 
Distinctive Characteristics

Any device for silencing or diminishing the report of any portable weapon.

Rate of Transfer Tax

$200.00

Identification of Firearms Within the Purview of the National Firearms Act

Foreword

This publication was prepared by the Firearms Technology Branch to help you in identifying weapons classified as firearms (including destructive devices) under Title 26. This may also be cited as the “National Firearms Act.” This guide acts as an aid in identifying types of firearms and destructive devices which must be registered with ATF under the national firearms act (title II of the gun control act of 1968).