Got My First Stamp!

Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by HalfNutz, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. HalfNutz

    HalfNutz
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    My first stamp and it came back in record time. It came in yesterday and I submitted the application on May 11. Fastest my dealer has ever seen it happen. I used the Trust form my dealer recommended and no hassles at all.
     
  2. sprice37

    sprice37
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    Sweet who was the examiner?? They just received my stuff yesterday so I have a nice long wait. :( How do you like trhe outback? I have a tac65 on the way.
     
  3. The B

    The B
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    just so's you knows.. the number written on your stamp is the serial number of your NFA item.

    congrats on your quick turnaround. that's the fastest i've seen. my last was exactly 60 days from mailbox to approval, then 2 days to mail it to me. and that is fast.
     
  4. jdub75

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    Congrats man! What a feeling, eh?
     
  5. HalfNutz

    HalfNutz
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    I couldn't make out his/her name, but here's the signature.

    I'll post and update once I've had a chance to travel down south and give the Outback a try. :thumbup:
     
  6. HalfNutz

    HalfNutz
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    Thx - I missed that. :) :thumbup:

    Yeah, my dealer kept saying minimum 3 months, so I was happy that it got here this soon.

    Wanna hear a bummer story? My dealer has the approved can/stamp for a customer but can't get in touch with him. His address and phone number are no longer valid so the can/stamp have been sitting at the dealer for about a month.

    Here's my Mosquito with can attached.
     
  7. jmh119

    jmh119
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    I have never thought about getting a stamp. You have to have it on you when you go shooting?
     
  8. ShelbyT

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    your lucky.. I have been waiting 4 months for my .22 can....
     
  9. HalfNutz

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    A copy of the stamp/paperwork must accompany the NFA item at all times from what I understand.
     
  10. TOVO

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    Congrat's on your first can. A 22lr can is great choice. My latest AOW that was just approved only took 2 months. I also have a 22 can waiting to be assigned to an Examiner still and the check cashed 1.5 months ago. The approval times still seem to be all over the board. Have fun.
     
  11. TonsOfOregonBrass

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    You should but it is not necessary. An officer can run the serial number and find out who it is registered to.
     
  12. iusmc2002

    iusmc2002
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    What is the stamp for? Don't mean to sound stupid, but all that sounds new to me.
     
  13. TonsOfOregonBrass

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    suppressors, machine guns, short barrel rifles and shotguns, and any other weapons are all title II weapons. usually called class 3 weapons. when you pay the $200 fee you are paying a tax for a stamp not a license. you literally get a stamp back on your paperwork.
     

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