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Thats next on my list too. A .45 can and a .22 can.

After that I think all my NFA needs are met.




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I was told that the gunsmith that works out of Manchester Firing Line
Range does good work.
I talked to him and he said that would be no problem. He uses an
Engraving machine to get the best job possible. Reasonable price also.
 
Posts: 325 | Location: NH | Registered: March 29, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by SigM4:
Seems like approval times are staying somewhat steady for now, but geez the time it takes for the stamp to get mailed has really crept up. Wonder if they've got the guys from the mailroom helping process/approve stamps?


I had one approved about 4 weeks before it was mailed recently. Only thing I can think of is there is a GIANT bin that must fill up before being mailed. Good luck if your stamp is among the first to go in the empty bin :/
 
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Originally posted by TKO:
Thats next on my list too. A .45 can and a .22 can.

After that I think all my NFA needs are met.


My exact words after each of my last FIVE purchases.

NOW I NEED to SBR my Uzi and my new PSA AR9 carbine.



"Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. Moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue." - Barry Goldwater
 
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Originally posted by TooTech:
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Originally posted by TKO:
Thats next on my list too. A .45 can and a .22 can.

After that I think all my NFA needs are met.


My exact words after each of my last FIVE purchases.

NOW I NEED to SBR my Uzi and my new PSA AR9 carbine.


It's currently a running joke with all my shooting friends. One of them pulled me aside privately and said he caught me saying "I'm done, nothing left to buy" (that was 4 stamps ago). LoL.

Currently waiting a .45 osprey, 9mm Octane, and AR9 SBR.


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Nature, alas, made only one being out of you although there was material for a good man and a rogue.” -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you. - Friedrich Nietzsche
 
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lol. NFA disease is real.
up to 13 stamps. Got one more pending.



Not minority enough!
 
Posts: 6279 | Location: Cleveland, OH | Registered: August 09, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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If you do Form 1 via trust online how can you check progress?

Kevin
 
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Originally posted by Combat Vet:
If you do Form 1 via trust online how can you check progress?

Kevin

Once you go pending there isn't anything to check ... you just wait and you get your stamp. If it goes more than a week or two over the average time you can call in or "ask the experts" if there is a problem ... but don't really expect to get a response.

My experience with the experts is to email, then email again the next week and the next week ... Then you either get a stamp or an email with what the problem is ... Then you fix it and anywhere from a day to two weeks later you get your stamp ... The last time I went that procedure I got a reply after about a month and I already had my stamp.

Calling is the same except you leave voice mail after voice mail after voice mail ... Then they will eventually email you, typically after you get your stamp.

Now for the good news ... Every encounter I've had with an agent has been totally professional and every one has been very nice and when they have gotten in touch with me I've gotten my stamp within a 1 - 7 days ... I've had a couple that they have disapproved, I re-submitted with the corrections and it has been expedited ... Once on a Sunday morning I re-submitted the new form 1 around 9am and had the approval by 1pm Sunday afternoon.


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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Originally posted by Chowser:
lol. NFA disease is real.
up to 13 stamps. Got one more pending.



Beginning of the year I had zero.
Now I have 6 pending...





This is where my signature goes.
 
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I've got one pending on a Spikes "Jack" receiver but I'm thinking I might do one on my 10/22 takedown ... I've also got a 10/22 Charger, that I think it would be nice to have as an SBR ... But I've already got a CMMG 22LR PDW upper I can put on my M16 or other SBR receiver as well as a SiG P522 SBR'd ... So it's really not a matter of need so much as it is a matter of want ... Then I'll be done.


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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... Then I'll be done.


lolololol





This is where my signature goes.
 
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Originally posted by creslin:
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Originally posted by kimberkid:
... Then I'll be done.


lolololol


I said Im done 4 stamps ago. Trololol is more like it.


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Nature, alas, made only one being out of you although there was material for a good man and a rogue.” -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you. - Friedrich Nietzsche
 
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THANKS kimberkid

quote:
Originally posted by kimberkid:
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Originally posted by Combat Vet:
If you do Form 1 via trust online how can you check progress?

Kevin

Once you go pending there isn't anything to check ... you just wait and you get your stamp. If it goes more than a week or two over the average time you can call in or "ask the experts" if there is a problem ... but don't really expect to get a response.

My experience with the experts is to email, then email again the next week and the next week ... Then you either get a stamp or an email with what the problem is ... Then you fix it and anywhere from a day to two weeks later you get your stamp ... The last time I went that procedure I got a reply after about a month and I already had my stamp.

Calling is the same except you leave voice mail after voice mail after voice mail ... Then they will eventually email you, typically after you get your stamp.

Now for the good news ... Every encounter I've had with an agent has been totally professional and every one has been very nice and when they have gotten in touch with me I've gotten my stamp within a 1 - 7 days ... I've had a couple that they have disapproved, I re-submitted with the corrections and it has been expedited ... Once on a Sunday morning I re-submitted the new form 1 around 9am and had the approval by 1pm Sunday afternoon.
 
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Form 1, trust, efile submitted 1/21, approved 5/4. No group/bulk approvals... have 2 more form 1's ands 2 form 4's (mailed) submitted late February, still waiting on those.
 
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Omega #2

File date - 01/08/16
Approval date - 05/02/16
Picked up from my dealer - 05/08/16

Three still in jail. Then I am done.
 
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Omega #2

File date - 01/08/16
Approval date - 05/02/16
Picked up from my dealer - 05/08/16

Three still in jail. Then I am done.


Do you know what day yours went pending??
My dealer sent mine in 01-15 and went pending 03-01.

Hopefully I'll have mine in a couple weeks.


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Or you can start over.
Regrets, no matter what you goin’ through. Jesus, He gave it all to save you. He carried the cross on His shoulders. So you can start over.
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Black92 - The stamp has a written date on the stamp and stamped on the Form 4 of April 18, 2016. Not positive that is the same as pending. That is the only other date I have on the Form 4 I received yesterday (05/07/16) not 05/08/16.....

Also when I said approval date above (05/02/16) that is the date that the envelope from BATF was postmarked.

Mark
 
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Trust
Check was cashed 12/28/15
Got my call today 5/9/2016
 
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Form 4 trust.

Mailed 10/23/2015
Stamp in hand 3/21/2016


Richard Scalzo
Epping, NH

http://www.bigeastakitarescue.net
 
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Originally posted by sigarmsp226:
Black92 - The stamp has a written date on the stamp and stamped on the Form 4 of April 18, 2016. Not positive that is the same as pending. That is the only other date I have on the Form 4 I received yesterday (05/07/16) not 05/08/16.....

Also when I said approval date above (05/02/16) that is the date that the envelope from BATF was postmarked.

Mark


Not sure what pending means myself.

The person I was at the ATF I spoke with said it went pending March 1. Check was cashed 1-29.


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Everybody’s got a blank page. A story they’re writing today. A wall that they’re climbing. You can carry the past on your shoulders.
Or you can start over.
Regrets, no matter what you goin’ through. Jesus, He gave it all to save you. He carried the cross on His shoulders. So you can start over.
~NF RealMusic~
 
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