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Discussion in 'NFA Weapon Discussion' started by the puma, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. the puma

    the puma
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    resolved, thx
     
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  2. PDXSparky

    PDXSparky
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    Just to be clear, is your buddy getting the SBR from out of state?
     
  3. the puma

    the puma
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    Yes, he got a 6933 from an east coast company so he'll need a local class III FFL when his trust clears the NFA.
     
  4. SCARed

    SCARed
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    You appear to not understand how the NFA process works.
    In your buddies case, he buys the gun. The FFL ships it to local FFL (Curts) This in itself will take a couple months for the FFLs ATF paperwork to transfer. Once it clears, your buddy, with the help of the local FFL (Curts) sends in his paperwork, which includes the trust info, to the ATF. And he waits close to a year for the paperwork clear. Then he can pick up the gun.

    His trust doesn't have to clear anything before all the other transfers happen. Curt's needs to physically have the gun in his possession before your buddy can send in any paperwork.
     
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  5. Colt Carbine

    Colt Carbine
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    wait a year to get a gun......:eek:

    now that's patience.
     
  6. the puma

    the puma
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    nvm
     
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  7. PDXSparky

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    Yes I have, and it was so worth it.
     

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