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Frangas non Flectes
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I checked this thread earlier this morning and less than an hour later I received another amnesty approval that was submitted mid-May. Funny timing.


Maybe checking this thread is good luck? Big Grin

/looks at watch

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Originally posted by ah3:
Submitted as an individual as I suspect most were. My understanding is the braced pistol had to already be in a trust before the final rule landed back in Jan in order to be submitted as a trust.


That's correct, I have a distribution of property list on my trust with my amnesty registrations listed on there notarized 1/20/23 that I uploaded with my efile form 1's. As far as I can tell, I did it exactly how they said they would honor it for amnesty registrations on a trust, and I've seen others who did it the same way get approvals. I'll hopefully find out some time in the next 30 days, we'll see.


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Posts: 16995 | Location: Sonoran Desert | Registered: February 10, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Submitted my first eform1 this morning.

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PAID eF1 submitted 02/06

As of today, per ATF "keep waiting" it's still pending No problems showing - just pending


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Posts: 761 | Location: Southeast Tennessee | Registered: September 30, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just got two brace / amnesty approvals today, submitted 5/11.
 
Posts: 826 | Location: Baltimore, MD | Registered: March 29, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What? Scott- yours are approved already. No rhythm or reason how Feds approve these amnesty Form 1’s.
 
Posts: 2289 | Location: Southeast CT | Registered: January 18, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What? Scott- yours are approved already. No rhythm or reason how Feds approve these amnesty Form 1’s.


I think I saw something online somewhere saying amnesty forms were being farmed out to ATF offices around the country. If true, that could explain some of it. It seems like there's been a recent jump in Form 4s, to stuff submitted in early November being approved, but with a decent number of September-ish forms still pending.

This is all fairly "off" compared to what it seemed had been relatively consistent and predictable timelines since the eForm 4 rolled out.
 
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I just got two brace / amnesty approvals today, submitted 5/11.

Trust or Individual?


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Posts: 8725 | Location: New Hampshire | Registered: October 29, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I’m betting individual. I went through the Reddit July approvals thread the other day and there was not one amnesty Form 1 approval that was a trust, every last one individual.


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Posts: 16995 | Location: Sonoran Desert | Registered: February 10, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I happen to know that ScotP7 are individuals.


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Yes, indeed, individual.
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Posts: 826 | Location: Baltimore, MD | Registered: March 29, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Submitted my eForm 1 a week ago for an SBR. I had a Form 4 approved for a can a little while ago so I used the 24 month exemption form instead of resubmitting my trust information.

We’ll see how it goes.


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I had a Form 4 approved for a can a little while ago so I used the 24 month exemption form instead of resubmitting my trust information.


I had no idea this was a thing. I just looked it up. I guess I'll be doing that if and when they decide to approve my Form 1's.


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Posts: 16995 | Location: Sonoran Desert | Registered: February 10, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Brace amnesty form 1 submitted 5/3/23 individual. Received approval 7/13/23. Not too bad by my notion, wish Form 4's were that quick.



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I had a Form 4 approved for a can a little while ago so I used the 24 month exemption form instead of resubmitting my trust information.


I had no idea this was a thing. I just looked it up. I guess I'll be doing that if and when they decide to approve my Form 1's.


Just to be clear, the exemption is for having to attach your trust documentation to the eForm, provided that you trust hasn’t changed, and you’ve been approved using the same trust within the last 24 months. It doesn’t get your approval any faster, and as some people found out the hard way, the 24 month clock doesn’t keep resetting every time you get an approval without attaching the trust. It’s 24 months after you got the first approval with the attached trust. Attaching the trust resets the clock.
 
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Paid and submitted efile form 1 for SBR via my account on silencershop on 6/20. Received my stamp Approved today 7/14. So 24 calendar days including a holiday not bad. Individual, no trust

Form 4 for some suppressors pushing a year Frown
 
Posts: 4717 | Location: Florida Panhandle  | Registered: November 23, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Has anyone had a paid, ("normal" SBR) eF1 recently approved for a Trust?

Wondering if there's any weight to my worry that the individual timelines seem shorter...
 
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Has anyone had a paid, ("normal" SBR) eF1 recently approved for a Trust?

Wondering if there's any weight to my worry that the individual timelines seem shorter...


I sure can’t say individual times are shorter. Paid Eform 1 Feb 6 - still waiting.
 
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For whatever reason, a lot of the form 1's from January and February are still MIA, so you're in line with that, Tn226.

Yes, I'm seeing here and two other places I'm tracking that people who filed as individuals from March through May are getting approvals back while people who filed with trusts are not. There were a bunch of approvals from mid-April that were under a week. Fastest one I saw was five days. These were all individual, not trust. There is no predicting anything, but the patterns I'm seeing, there's definitely a difference. This is amnesty and paid.

Now, that said, last night I saw my first example of a guy who filed as a trust later than me who got an approval. May 26, batch of seven (!), and snail mailed his fingerprints in, approved yesterday. I filed on May 20, and uploaded an EFT.


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Eform 1 Trust for SBR

Submitted: June 29
Stamp received: July 19!



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Eform 1 Trust for SBR

Submitted: June 29
Stamp received: July 19!


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