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Seems like they are skipping over late January/most February submissions in order to get their average time down. Latest posts in the eForm 4 tracking thread over at ar15.com show mid March submissions coming back with less than 90 days.

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According to Silencer Shop web page, now at 145 days. Anyone had an eform4 approved lately that wants to chime in?
 
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I am approaching one year on a form 4 using the Silencer shop kiosk. They sent me a note recently thinking I should be getting the call and asking me to do a review. Hope they are right Razz



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I am approaching one year on a form 4 using the Silencer shop kiosk. They sent me a note recently thinking I should be getting the call and asking me to do a review. Hope they are right Razz


I just got mine back after a year and a little over a month.
So give it another month or so.


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I got two back in April that were right at 90 days, thus the question.
 
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Through a variety of screw ups at SS I literally have an eform submitted on two week intervals between jan 21 and now. The latest one approved is 2.1.2022. The next 2.11.2022 is nowhere to be seen. And to Dwill104 post the March ones are not seen either. I think the ATF has lost the fire and control of the process. So we will see where it goes next. But I'm guessing it won't get to the 14 months of a paper one, but who knows, they have serious issues on this front.


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75 days for one submitted on trust through Capitol Armory on April 1.

Still waiting for an individual form filed through Silencer Shop two weeks before that (i.e. over 100 days as of the writing of this post).


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Eform4 submitted 4/16; approved today.

That makes two Efiles submitted and received this year, while a paper form4 submitted in June of last year is still processing. Boo.

Edit to add to neverenoughguns' comment: my LGS has seen Eform4s turn around in anywhere from two to four months, with two and a half months being the most common timeframe.
 
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At least the eform4 was crazy fast. I find the random nature of timeframes associated with the eforms to be quite interesting.
 
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Eform 4 (trust, for SBS) was certified on 2/9. Still waiting.
 
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Certified eForm 2/17.

Still nothing. NFA34 is such bullshit. I’ve had the feds up my ass with a microscope so many times for my job, it seems like such a waste to go through these hoops for a muffler.


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Interesting thread over at arf about why Feb/Mar submissions are delayed, while ones submitted afterwards are coming back.

https://www.ar15.com/forums/Ar...pprovals-/17-536494/
 
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One of the oddities of that thinking by the ATF is that my dealer runs a background check at the moment he is going to physically hand me the suppressor. If that's the law (I don't know that it is) then this is a silly issue for them to get stuck on.


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One of the oddities of that thinking by the ATF is that my dealer runs a background check at the moment he is going to physically hand me the suppressor. If that's the law (I don't know that it is) then this is a silly issue for them to get stuck on.


It’s not the law, at least not the federal law. There is a box that the dealer checks on the 4473 that a background check is not required because one was done as part of the NFA process.

Step 28 on the bottom of page 2 of the 4473.

https://www.atf.gov/firearms/d...-form-53009/download

28. No NICS check is required because a background check was completed during the NFA approval process on the individual who will receive the NFA firearm(s), as reflected on the approved NFA application

Your state may separately require a background check at the time of transfer, but the feds don’t, and that’s what they go by. You may want to ask your dealer why he does what he does.
 
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Eform4 submitted 4/16; approved today.

That makes two Efiles submitted and received this year, while a paper form4 submitted in June of last year is still processing. Boo.

Edit to add to neverenoughguns' comment: my LGS has seen Eform4s turn around in anywhere from two to four months, with two and a half months being the most common timeframe.


Fingers crossed mine is soon.
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