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pscipio03

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17 day turnaround for my latest Form 1 stamp
« on: March 27, 2020, 08:10:58 am »
eFiled two Form 1’s on March 10, mailed fingerprints in on the 11th and got the stamps today.
That’s a 17 day turnaround- dayum.
I bought my own fingerprinting station and cards off Amazon and they worked just fine.
Was NOT expecting this quick of a delivery. So, good things!!!

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    870policemag

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    Re: 17 day turnaround for my latest Form 1 stamp
    « Reply #1 on: March 27, 2020, 10:03:35 am »
    Oh wow! I Really oughtta SBR one of my Glock 17 lowers.
    Bullets are the only things that do their job only after they're fired.

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    GunSellerDude

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    Re: 17 day turnaround for my latest Form 1 stamp
    « Reply #2 on: May 17, 2020, 06:13:45 pm »
    Do you need a NFA trust to Form 1?

    pscipio03

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    Re: 17 day turnaround for my latest Form 1 stamp
    « Reply #3 on: May 21, 2020, 03:12:09 pm »
    Do you need a NFA trust to Form 1?
    Nope.
    I have both and have actually moved away from the trust route because of the need to get everyone on the trust fingerprinted once 41f passed.
    Not sure if one version is getting approved faster than the other.

    CGIS

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    Re: 17 day turnaround for my latest Form 1 stamp
    « Reply #4 on: July 12, 2020, 06:19:12 pm »
    It will be great to get back into the NFA game since leaving Oregon.

    Thanks for the heads up on times now.

    CZ

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    Re: 17 day turnaround for my latest Form 1 stamp
    « Reply #5 on: July 13, 2020, 01:30:24 pm »
    Nope.
    I have both and have actually moved away from the trust route because of the need to get everyone on the trust fingerprinted once 41f passed.
    Not sure if one version is getting approved faster than the other.

    I have two items out of 9 on a trust and have no desire to use a trust anymore.  All of my trust transfers took a few months longer than any of the personal transfers I have done.  Form 1s that you can E-flie are always much faster...

    Trust's require a lot more paper work now and the main thing they are good for is multiple people being able to use the item without you being there.  On average they take much longer to get approved even with just one person on the trust. 

    If you can't afford a $10 to 20 thousand dollar machine gun and you have a few friends willing to invest in a jointly owned weapon (I don't recommend this) a trust could work out for a little while but, when the trust holder dies it will have to be done all over.

    When it comes to transferring after you die there is no advantage either in fact there might be more paper work involved.  Now if I want to transfer before I die it is easier because someone on my trust can have possession of it but, they must transfer soon after you die. 

    Another advantage of a trust is if I sell something on a trust legally I can put their name on my trust and give possession of said item as they wait for a transfer to come through.. (I would only do this with someone I really trust like my kids or a best friend)

    Well that my 2 cents...



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