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Started a form 3 on a Omega 9k and AEM5 today from Capitol Armory.




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Posts: 3050 | Location: Oklahoma | Registered: November 07, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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3 months and a week for F1 Trust SBR via e-file.
 
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They cashed my check. Is that a good sign or do they do that regardless?


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They cashed my check. Is that a good sign or do they do that regardless?


That's just the first step, which they do with everyone. Now the wait begins

Looking at other's timelines, I'm hoping my form 1 SBR submitted on December 10 is about 6 weeks out.


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Posts: 1625 | Location: Houston,Tx | Registered: May 18, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Well, sonofabitch, I picked up my stamp and Specwar tonight
I'll post pics tomorrow
Hellofa wait...


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Posts: 889 | Location: Idaho | Registered: July 07, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Here is the Specwar on my 16" Bushy with a new Aimpoint T-2 and 20" LaRue with a leupold 4.5X14 dot host. Not a lightweight can by any means, but on the 16" it feels like it belongs.

Now, I know these are no things of beauty compared to some of what you guys own, but I use these for hunting predators here in Idaho, and they get the job done. Not apologizing, just clarifying.

I'll get the muzzle brake that came with the can mounted on my LaRue 7.62 OBR tonight, nice setup by SiCo to move the can around with ease.

I started the process on 9/2015, so right about 5 months. My stamp, by the way, looks like someone walked on it? weird...





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Posts: 889 | Location: Idaho | Registered: July 07, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Zenith (MKE) Z-5RS SBR:
efiled on 11.13.15
stamp received on 2.18.16
3 Months and 5 days


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Posts: 143 | Location: Cumming, GA | Registered: September 03, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Man, I didn't realize Form 1's were only taking a little over 3 months. My MPX, MCX, and 870 SBS were submitted on 11/29. I better get them engraved soon.


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Posts: 4345 | Registered: July 17, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I am now 5 months and one week into my 2nd Form 4 (Ospray45) thru my local gun store. Checked cleared 10 days after filing so I know they received the documents....

First Forum 4 was received by LGS one day over 5 months.

I guess as the volume continues to increase (until after July 2, 2016) the wait times will grow......

My first Omega was filed two weeks behind the Ospray45 so the wait continues.....
 
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only taking a little over 3 months


It's sad that this is considered good.


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Yes it is Frown My fastest time was 19 days for a form 1 and my slowest time was almost 9 months for a form 4.


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Yes it is Frown My fastest time was 19 days for a form 1 and my slowest time was almost 9 months for a form 4.


That loud whining sound you hear is me - Sobbing like a baby.....Holy Crap - 9 months...... Frown
 
Posts: 2264 | Location: MS | Registered: December 16, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Should just be an email and then they respond by getting the approval to a mailbox.

Hopefully... Roll Eyes




Believe it or not original stamp showed up at dealer today.


Form 4 Trust
Check cashed 08/31/2015
Approved 01/16/16
Stamp Received 02/24/16


Should pick it up tomorrow. Happy happy.
 
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Originally posted by Limywidget:
Should just be an email and then they respond by getting the approval to a mailbox.

Hopefully... Roll Eyes




Believe it or not original stamp showed up at dealer today.


Form 4 Trust
Check cashed 08/31/2015
Approved 01/16/16
Stamp Received 02/24/16


Should pick it up tomorrow. Happy happy.



Holy shit 6 months? That's ridiculous...


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Originally posted by Limywidget:
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Originally posted by Limywidget:
Should just be an email and then they respond by getting the approval to a mailbox.

Hopefully... Roll Eyes


Believe it or not original stamp showed up at dealer today.


Form 4 Trust
Check cashed 08/31/2015
Approved 01/16/16
Stamp Received 02/24/16


Should pick it up tomorrow. Happy happy.



Holy shit 6 months? That's ridiculous...


My longest wait, with no complications on a form 4 was 339 days, that's just over 11 months, not counting the almost 3-month wait on the form 3 to get the suppressor transferred to my dealer ... It was right before they came out with e-file for form 1's.

My shortest wait was 62 days ... That was in 2007-08, after Obama's first election and I got my stamp the day after he took office ... actually that's when it was approved, it was a week or so after that I had the actual stamp In my hands ...

... It depended on what zone you live, your inspector and his work load.


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The dealer sent in my paperwork & trust on 2-22-16. My check was cashed on 3-1-16. This is my first time diving into the NFA world. I'm guessing 4-6 months wait?
 
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Just got notification from my dealer that my stamp came in for my Osprey Micro, will have to run by and pick it up tomorrow.

Purchased through the "Powered By Silencer Shop" dealer program on 9/19/15.

Form 3 approved: 12/15/15

Check cashed: 10/6/15

Stamp Approved: TBD

Stamp-in-hand: 3/4/16



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The dealer sent in my paperwork & trust on 2-22-16. My check was cashed on 3-1-16. This is my first time diving into the NFA world. I'm guessing 4-6 months wait?


Thats a fair estimate. Look through and see what other Ohio stamps are running.




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Are we still a no go for Form 1s in Washington?



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Phantom, that is correct as of today's date. Heres the thread on ARFCOM that is the best update I can find. Looks like the re-work passed the House on the 1st by a wide margin. No one expects any holdups in the Senate, and Inslee signed the first version.. Hopefully won't be long.

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