So after being turned down by both the Tacoma Chief of Police and the Piece County Sheriff I messaged the ATF asking who else I could use for an individual form since, and they responded that my only options where the police chief and local sheriff. So that means I am now going the trust route. So I google NFA trust and find LOTS of options... -Quicken Willmaker, most common method but also most controversial as well, may not be accepted any more from what i am even reading, yet only costs $30 -Lots of legal companies pop up online, claiming for $75 to $150 they will prepare everything for you. Their websites seem to make everything look really legit, but I am unable to find many reviews on them, yet they all claim money back guarantee that it will work and be correct. -Then there is going to a lawyers office. I am seeing rates anywhere from $100 to $1000 for a lawyers office to prepare everything. I guess what I am getting at is I am $3000 already into my SBR (which is currently a pistol) and I just want to be done with it, is the Willmaker really that bad?? I am not looking to transfer from generation to generation, this is just a fun range weapon for me that I intended to just own as an individual but without CLEO approval I am stuck going the trust route.