I bought a suppressor in 2013 at a well known Portland gun store. It took me a few months to get around to the paperwork, but that was nothing compared to the wait time from the ATF. I'm still waiting, they never cashed my $200. I decided to resubmit the form, and called the gun store to make sure they still had my suppressor. THEY DON'T. I still have my receipt they generated on their computer. My name, driver's license number, address, model and serial number of the suppressor, etc. is all printed on the receipt. Is it legal for them to resell an item that I already bought? I'm really nervous because I don't know if my name is on the books but it's in somebody else's possession, or if it is registered to more than one person. I'm very frustrated that no attempt was made to contact me asking "Hey, umm, do you mind if we sell your suppressor twice, so we can give it to somebody else?" I ran into a friend of mine that isn't a class 3 dealer, but is an FFL, and he recommended I call the ATF. I don't want to give somebody unnecessary grief, but I do want to make sure I'm not liable for an item I don't have my hands on. I have never heard of this happening before. The store told me they have other brands of suppressors I can get instead, but did not offer an apology or any explanation other than their recordkeeping software has changed. Suggestions? I don't want to behave badly, but I believe I have a right to the serial numbered, federally regulated item that I paid for. Somebody has to know where it is. Is it out of line for me to call the ATF and let them know what's up? Technically, was the suppressor ever mine, since it was never in my possession? I'm a little worried that the gun store will get nasty if I contact the ATF, but I am not getting much information from them. Level-headed advice would be appreciated.