Thanks but the link doesn't work. I found something similar.
This report must be made within 48 hours of discover. In addition, you must notify your local law enforcement authorities within 48 hours of discovery.
- The name and address of the person to whom the firearm is registered;
- The lost or stolen firearm, including the model, manufacturer, caliber or gauge, and serial number; and
- The date and place of the theft or loss, including details of the situation.
Not sure what to say; both links go to the same URL for me.Thanks but the link doesn't work. I found something similar.
As soon as you discover that your NFA firearm was lost or stolen, you must notify your local NFA branch office of the circumstances by providing the following information:The name and address of ...www.guntrustlawyer.com
Yes, you are right. It's for FFL licensees. I just spoke to a friend of mine who's Washington County Sheriff. Unfortunately, I need to speak to Multnomah County Sheriff instead. Best of lucks. Thanks for everyone's help on this.I'm pretty sure that form is only for FFL licensees and not individuals, but I would defer to ATF on this one. Good luck.
I will print out a lost and found flyer and post it in Salmonberry Shooting Pit. Thanks for the advice.Make the notification.
Then perhaps think on posting up some lost gear flyers, noting lost item has been reported, with a reasonable reward offered.
Use an e-mail as contact.