Buying a suppressor may seem scary at first, but it’s really not that much different than buying a firearm. Simply put, if you can own a firearm, you can own a suppressor. We’ve got seven simple steps for you to follow if you want to get a suppressor.

Make sure you can own one in your state:

Currently, you can legally own suppressors in 42 states. However, if you’re living in CA, DE, HI, IL, MA, NJ, NY, or RI, you’re currently out of luck because it’s illegal to own one there. Don’t forget that silencers are also not allowed in the District of Columbia.


Life is all about options, and suppressors are no exception! ANECHOIC has got you covered with a range of top-quality titanium suppressors to choose from, including AnechoX 30L, AnechoX 223L, AnechoX 35, AnechoX 45, and AnechoX 22. So, hit us up or check out our website to find the perfect match for you!

Choose whether to register as an individual or an NFA trust

Going solo can save you money on legal fees, reduce the amount of hassle you have to deal with, and lower the chances of making mistakes. The cool thing about an NFA trust is that it lets multiple people possess the thing, and you can add more trustees whenever you want. Plus, it protects the property after death.


So, next up, you can choose your silencer dealer. Not sure where to look? Don’t worry; we can find one for you! We’ve got a vast network of dealers, and we’ll connect you with the closest and best dealer in your area. They’ll handle the paperwork and make the whole process as smooth as butter.

Wait for the ATF to do their job

If you’re wondering how long the ATF can take, check out our ATF Wait Times Page for a more detailed explanation. Basically, it can take anywhere from 6 to 9 months. It all depends on the ATF.