Suppressors keep getting better, . . .
I suggest going the trust route and purchase from a dealer who does lots of suppressor sales. A trust is very easy to set up and does not require paying a lawyer big bucks. You can do it yourself or find a dealer that will help you set up the trust.
Many advantages to a trust .........
Anyone on the trust can use the suppressor without you needing to be present.
Speeds up the process (i.e. no finger prints needed or local law signoff).
Suppressor goes to the primary on the trust when you die and which eliminates the stamp cost (again).
There are other advantages but those are the biggest.
Basically most buyers of suppressors and those that understand the system go the trust route. Politicians have been trying to eliminate the trust route for suppressors.
You could also contact http://www.dakotasilencer.com/ to purchase a suppressor if a class III dealer is not in your area. I have never used Dakota Silencer and I have heard good and bad things about them.
35 of the states now allow hunting with suppressors and more will follow.
I suggest visiting http://www.silencertalk.com/forum/ to gain a better understanding of a much understood subject.
For anyone that wants their first suppressor, I suggest a 22lr can. It truly is 'Hollywood' quiet.
Using a can on a center fire is hearing safe (95-97% sound reduction) but the sonic crack of the bullet is obviously still there.