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About John’s Guns
John’s Guns was founded by John Tibbetts many years ago as a suppressor manufacturer dedicated to the principal of “pride in excellence.” John decided he might be game for retirement and gave it a try. The company moved up the road from one part of middle-of-nowhere, Texas, to another equally remote location. Dark Horse Arms was formed and carries on John’s traditions. Of course, John couldn’t really retire. He still has a mentoring hand in what we do.
 
Quality Products
As for performance, we are quite proud of our products. Our suppressors perform as well as or even better than anything currently available. While we cannot control every aspect of a shooting system and variations in performance will always be encountered, our products will put a smile on your face.
 
Warranty
Our products work. If they don’t, we fix them. We know that sometimes specific applications will require some “tweaking.” We’ll tweak. If the suppressor breaks because of something we did, we’ll fix it. If the suppressor breaks because of something you did, we’ll probably complain a bit, but we’ll still fix it if we can. If there’s a problem, call us. We’re people who care about our product.
 
Recommended Cleaning
Suppressors get dirty. You’ll want to blow out the dirt and crud as soon as possible after shooting. Some “cans” can be taken apart and some cannot. We recommend that you use a non-ammonia based cleaning solvent to rinse the interior. A brush will help on parts you can get to, but you shouldn’t worry about what you can’t reach.
 
Licensing
As of the date of publication, sound suppressors are legal for private ownership by legal residents of the following states: AL, AR, AK, AZ, CO, CT, FL, GA, ID, IN, KY, LA, ME, MD, MO, MS, MT, NE, NV, NH, NM, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WV, WI and WY. Sound suppressors may be owned by Class III Dealers and Title II Manufacturers in CA, IA, KS, MA and MI. Sound suppressors are treated similar to machine guns by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Each one is registered upon manufacture and must be approved for sale prior to being transferred to another person or business. If the purchaser is a Class III Dealer, Title II Manufacturer or authorized CLEO, the transfer can be completed by filing Form 3 or Form 5, tax exempt; only when the suppressor comes from another Class III or Title II Manufacturer. Individual purchases require a completed Form 4 with a $200 tax that must be paid.
 
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