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  • #81864

    Jim
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    On the scatter graph I saw a form 4 trust approved that was submitted in Dec 16 and it got me remembering. As a part of the new 41F procedures if you had a form 4 approval in the last 2 years, you were supposed to be able to submit the Tax Stamp with the new form 4 and it was supposed to speed things up some how?

    I think the idea is supposed to be similar to say buying a gun and showing your CCW license and not having to do a NICS check (for those of you that live in states where NICS checks are a part of the CCW application process…)

    Anyway, has anyone tried this yet? How has it worked? I’m looking to get a SilencerCo Omega 9K, but I am waiting for my current stamp to finish processing I can submit it as a part of my package for my next can. Is it worth the wait?

  • #81869

    Dnut
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    Good question? I recall hearing about this. But don’t recall all the details. Anyone have any of the details of this procedure??

  • #81872

    coagula13
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    I am not seeing anything about that… but I did not read the fine print…

    https://www.atf.gov/rules-and-regulations/final-rule-41f-background-checks-responsible-persons-effective-july-13

  • #81874

    Dnut
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    Yea, its somewhere. Im going to call me SOT and see what i can find.

  • #81879

    coagula13
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    Please let us know what you find out.

  • #81902

    Jim
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    Found this in the link posted by coagula13:

    Q. If an application was approved within the preceding 24 months, are fingerprint cards and photographs required to be submitted with a new application?

    A. Yes. The 24-month exemption for providing supporting “documentation” refers only to the documentation proving the existence of an entity, such as trusts or corporate paperwork. The Form 5320.23 with attached photograph and fingerprint cards are required for each person identified as a responsible person for each submission in order to initiate the required background check. See instruction 2 d. (4) and (5) on the Forms 1, 4, and 5.

    Well, sorry people. No short cuts discovered today, apparently. If anyone else finds something different, please post.

  • #81904

    chorizo
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    That Dec approval has been sitting out there for a while now. I believe it is a erroneous date entry.

  • #81910

    Dnut
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    So i spoke to 3 different SOT dealers. There was something mentioned early on about using a control #. And that if that info.had not changed in the previous 2 yrs. Then that was supposed to be a short cut. But nothing has been done with that yet as of this post. According to 2 dealers. The 3rd, couldn’t recall any of the details. So we hurry up and wait.

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    Dnut
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    That Dec approval has been sitting out there for a while now. I believe it is a erroneous date entry.

    Or just wishful hope…

  • #81921

    Rhd04
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    I agree with you. Erroneous…

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