Awesome! How did the process go for setting up the trust?
Fairly straight forward. The confusing part was the logistical steps I had to go through. Since this was my first NFA item as well as initial trust setup, I was confused on some of the steps and what information I needed to gather before I executed the trust and when I needed to get the make/model/serial number and all that. I think it will work great for future transactions though as I'll just be amending the trust from now on instead of setting it up at the same time.
As far as I know, the only thing you will want to do is put a heavy buffer in it to slow the bolt due to increased gas pressures. A Spikes Tactical ST-T2 would work great.
I think it comes with a heavy buffer already (h buffer, same thing right?).
EDIT: After some google-fu, apparently the DD buffer is the Spikes buffer without the Spikes brand on it.
Reading up on the specs of the DDM4V3, the barrel is 16" which means the flash suppressor shouldn't be pinned or welded. Have you tried removing it yet? Give that a try and see if it comes off. If it doesn't look and see if you can tell if there's any spots that looks like it was welded. If you can't, and I were in your shoes, I would take the paint off the flash suppressor and check it for any signs of it be permanently attached.
Yes, the flash suppressor is not pinned or welded and I can take it off easily. That brings up another question though...There are muzzle attachments that support suppressors on top of them right? So I don't have to take it off to put on the can? The info I'm seeing is that they usually have to be made / supported by the suppressor manufacturer.
Edited by Superman, 23 January 2014 - 11:56 PM.