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Form 4 Paper Trust
Submitted 11/23/21
Approved 8/23/22

My dealer received 14 stamps last week on paper submissions ranging from 7/21-12/21. To say I was surprised is an understatement.

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^^^Obviously VERY Disappointing performance by the USPS, but Approved BEFORE the Submission date seems like impressive service by the NFA Branch...Just Sayin' Wink


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^^^Obviously VERY Disappointing performance by the USPS, but Approved BEFORE the Submission date seems like impressive service by the NFA Branch...Just Sayin' Wink


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About 10 years ago, I put in 4 tax stamps at the same time. One SBR and three suppressors. They were all done the old fashioned way, on paper. I got the three stamps back for the cans at 6 months almost to the day and the SBR came in about two weeks later.

I currently am 6 weeks into an SBR and 2 weeks into a new can. Both the SBR and new can were e-file through my local FFL/SOT. He was kind enough to roll me through the Form 1 for the SBR after I created my account, as I wanted to get it right the first time and I loathe paperwork.

One of his employees, also a friend, has had his can in jail for just over 6 months via e-file. The word I'm getting is that the tax stamps are coming in around 10 months. Ugh. To think that in the countries where people can hardly own anything but bolt-guns can buy suppressors off the self and walk is asinine!

The NFA is and always has been unconstitutional, but what does that matter to the growing tyranny that is our gubbament.


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Form 1 for SBR submitted with eForms July 31 and approved September 26.
 
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SBR and SBS E-form 1 and prints and each submitted the same day in august. SBR stamp came this week in 42 calendar days. SBS stamp still pending.

Paper form 4 for 2 suppressors submitted over a year ago…
 
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