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Mr. Nice Guy
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This was used using Silencer Shop's eform 1 service, since they already have my digital fingerprints. Worth the $50, especially with getting lucky with the quick turnaround.

A coworker said he used a digital fingerprint service at select UPS Stores so he can save his fingerprints on a USB drive for future use. I think it was around $65 for that. I may do that in the future so I have my prints saved as well.

Good luck, DoctorSolo, good vibes your way.



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A coworker said he used a digital fingerprint service at select UPS Stores so he can save his fingerprints on a USB drive for future use. I think it was around $65 for that. I may do that in the future so I have my prints saved as well.


This is what I did. I now have my prints in a .eft file I can use whenever I need it.


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Posts: 17324 | Location: New Mexico | Registered: October 14, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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One amnesty/brace SBR approved yesterday. Five e- files sent on 4/17/23.
ATF Amnesty Rule supersedes CT Assault weapon ban and classification of CT "Other".
CT Dept of Public Safety allowed the registration as long as the brace remains in place -- I cannot replace the brace with a stock.
 
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^^^Can you expand on that? In actuality, you're simply dealing with two distinct and separate sets of laws/firearm regulations, Federal and State. Each can classify things however they want, within the guidelines of the laws of their jurisdiction. Enforcement/compliance is therefore separate, and you do need to be in compliance w/ both. That said, how does the ATF Amnesty Rule 'supersede' the CT Assault Weapon Ban?

I presume you simply needed to register w/ the ATF to be in compliance with the new definition of an SBR that they dreamt up, while at the same time you still need to adhere to the narrow, somewhat contortionist definition of the 'CT Other' Firearm. CT Dept of Public Safety doesn't get to 'allow' anything really as they're just charged with enforcing their own set of shitty laws. That said, if they are 'allowing' anything that's a violation of CT law, I wouldn't count on that policy remaining in place.


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Definition of CT assault weapon:
The definition of an assault weapon also includes any semiautomatic centerfire rifle that can
accept a detachable magazine and has at least one of the following features:
1. a folding or telescoping stock;
2. a grip or stock that allows someone to hold it with more than just the trigger finger directly
below the firing action (e.g., pistol grip or thumbhole stock);
3. a forward pistol grip;
4. a flash suppressor; or
5. a grenade launcher or flare launcher.
The definition of an assault weapon also includes any semiautomatic pistol that can accept a
detachable magazine and has at least one of the following features:
1. the ability to accept a detachable ammunition magazine that attaches at some location
outside of the pistol grip;
2. a threaded barrel capable of accepting a flash suppressor, forward pistol grip, or silencer;
3. a barrel shroud that allows the shooter to fire the firearm without being burned, except a
slide that encloses the barrel; or
4. a second hand grip.

https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/...emo_2-8-23_Final.pdf

I apologize for the length of the post. Link is included to see the opinion of the CT Dept Public Safety.
 
Posts: 2309 | Location: Southeast CT | Registered: January 18, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Woohoo!

My first SBR!

Normal tax-paid eF1, Trust by HeavyD. Eforms completed by me.

Submitted 7/6/23, approved 8/3/23

I have a can in silencershop limbo. Dealer needs to fill out their eForms. That process definitely kind of sucks. Not thinking about it today, I'm gonna go buy a buffer tube and stock, slap it together, and pose in front of the mirror, maybe clear my house several times.

Sending out good vibes!

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Congrats!

I got mine engraved this past Monday & installed the stock afterwards. Time to hit the range in a couple of weeks.



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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


5 months Still waiting


6 months! OK this is getting stupid. I saw somewhere above a suggestion to cancel and refile. Would that require another $200?
 
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^^^Seriously, just wait...It's gonna take however long it's gonna take! NFA wait times have always seemed to be a bit of a moving target with no rhyme or reason as to why, so it's not worth worrying about! If you just forget about it, when it FINALLY comes, it'll be like Christmas! Wink


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Posts: 8991 | Location: New Hampshire | Registered: October 29, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My first can took 9 months and that was in 2012.

Just be patient. Easy for me to say, I know...
 
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Easy for me to say, I know...


Well... yeah, Mr. Twenty Eight Days. Razz

Seriously, though, I'm antsing pretty hard over here. I think to scratch the itch, I'm going to do a paid Form 1 on my P90 and get that going. It's the only other thing I want to SBR in the foreseeable future. Hopefully that comes back in a month or so (yeah right). Maybe it would get the others to break loose, maybe not. My concern here is that I filed in May and now I'm moving to a new residence. I feel like anything I do different now could jeopardize what's already in the works because that's how that goes. I know there's a form I need to file with them once the change becomes official at the end of the month if I get my approvals before then, but what do I do with stuff that's been submitted?

https://www.nationalguntrusts....aperwork-is-approved

Is this the relevant section? Am I reading this right that I don't worry about it until I get my approvals?

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Keep your pending application active: You can keep your pending ATF application active. Once your paperwork is approved you are able to go to your SOT dealer to fill out the ATF 5300.9 - 4473 paperwork. If your ATF 5300.9 - 4473 paperwork is approved you will then need to fill out and send in via mail, fax or email, the ATF 5320.20 Application to Transport NFA Firearms. This is required to do because you are permanently moving your NFA Firearm to a new location. Make sure you check "No" in box 2. that asks if "Firearms to be returned to original Location". The return time for this paperwork from the ATF varies between 1 to 4 weeks with wait times extending past that in some cases. You can read our whole ATF 5320.20 Application to Transport NFA Firearms walk-through guide here.


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Posts: 17255 | Location: Sonoran Desert | Registered: February 10, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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If I were you I'd leave the pending ones alone and file any new forms with the new address, then do the address update form after approval.

I don't think the right hand talks to the left hand, but I also interpret the FAQ the way you do.

FWIW I also have another SBR and can pending from about the same date. The SBR is through silencer shop's service (since I already got the "kisok" prints for the can). I was curious to see if their eF1 service took less time than a full DIY eform. That appears to be doubtful now.

My 28 day SBR was an Anderson AM-15 lower, which is in the drop down menu so there was no pending research step.
 
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If I were you I'd leave the pending ones alone and file any new forms with the new address, then do the address update form after approval.


Yeah, I think that's what I'll do.

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My 28 day SBR was an Anderson AM-15 lower, which is in the drop down menu so there was no pending research step.


Yeah, so were all of mine and they went straight to submitted. No rhyme or reason, really. I can order a damn pizza online, and track it on my phone every step of the way, from going in the oven to "Your delivery person is entering your neighborhood" but a government agency with a $1.4 billion dollar budget can't tell me jack shit, and it happens when it happens. Preaching to the choir, but damn.


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eForm 4, Individual.

Submitted 01/18/23
Approved 08/08/23


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Docusigned 2 Eform4 suppressors on 3/31 with silencershop. Got both the stamps yesterday 8/10
 
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Docusigned 2 Eform4 suppressors on 3/31 with silencershop. Got both the stamps yesterday 8/10


Dang. I signed mine 3/23/23 and am still waiting. I figured I’d get it about Christmas time but this gives me hope it will be quicker than that.
 
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Docusigned 2 Eform4 suppressors on 3/31 with silencershop. Got both the stamps yesterday 8/10


Dang. I signed mine 3/23/23 and am still waiting. I figured I’d get it about Christmas time but this gives me hope it will be quicker than that.


I was shocked as well. Can anybody confirm that ATF processes any faster if you have stamps on file ? These are my 4th and 5th stamps in less than 2 years. Including 1 receieved in July. In 26 days. Does the efile system recognise repeat buyers and expedite since maybe we are known good guys ? Or as the guys at my shop who see a lot of these say it’s total random luck and they see people wait a few months to close to a year. And maybe the efile system working as efficiently as planned ?!
 
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Docusigned 2 Eform4 suppressors on 3/31 with silencershop. Got both the stamps yesterday 8/10


Dang. I signed mine 3/23/23 and am still waiting. I figured I’d get it about Christmas time but this gives me hope it will be quicker than that.


I was shocked as well. Can anybody confirm that ATF processes any faster if you have stamps on file ? These are my 4th and 5th stamps in less than 2 years. Including 1 receieved in July. In 26 days. Does the efile system recognise repeat buyers and expedite since maybe we are known good guys ? Or as the guys at my shop who see a lot of these say it’s total random luck and they see people wait a few months to close to a year. And maybe the efile system working as efficiently as planned ?!


That’s a good question. It makes sense that they would do that. But maybe that makes too much sense for the government to do.
 
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You can easily tell they don't do anything to use history they have. Best example fingerprints. Why on earth would you have to send them again?. The run the same process every single time, of course with completely inconsistent results. Of course the one thing the could do is batch processing and they say they don't do that, full FIFO (even if that is not true).


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I just taught a class with a bunch of BATFE agents. They said that the huge influx of brace Form 1's is clogging up the system and causing massive delays.

Huh.


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