NFA Taxes Got You Down? Q LLC Offers Cash Back
It’s no surprise the election of President Trump provided the impetus for a slump in firearms sales. After all, after eight years of President Obama (who was named Gun Salesman of the Year several years in a row) and multiple ban panics, it seems buyers have breathed a collective sigh of relief.
We’ve seen a ton of sales, especially on magazines and ammunition. Some less-than-scrupulous dealers even wished that Hillary was elected–because it would help line their pocket books.
The original publisher pulled the post after outrage, but there’s an archive of it here. The author of that filth appears to have always had his own interests in mind:
The suppressor industry has felt it even more because of two reasons: the anticipation of the Hearing Protection Act passing, and hesitation to purchase under the new NFA regulations. An in-depth read on the subject can be found here. This sucks, because we love silencers the way a fat kid loves cake. The way a dog loves a bone. The way Sasha Grey loves…
Well, you get the idea.
So we’ve been seeing some incentives. And really, if you want a silencer right now and can afford it, there’s not a tangible reason to wait. If HPA passes in its current form, you’d get your tax money back anyway.
One company is currently offering
store credit a “rebate” of $200, but new manufacturer Q LLC is offering something better: cash money.
Starting tomorrow, if you’re in the first 100 to pre-order one of Q’s new can offerings, the Full Nelson or the half Nelson, they’ll take $200 off the price. Or they’ll send you a check (though we can’t see why you’d roll with that option).
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We don’t have anything else to say, so we’ll end with some gratuitous silencer porn.
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