Transferee Type & Form Type?
Tagged: field values
20190528 at 1:17 pm #95679
Anyone know when to use the values in the Transferee Type & Form Type fields? There are some overlapping values. Any guidance is appreciated.
I’m a FFL 07 SOT 02 so I input as much data into this website as I can.
20190620 at 9:28 am #96163
20190711 at 1:16 pm #104174
20190711 at 4:29 pm #104175
I am not sure what you mean. Can you clarify?
Are you talking about where you fill in your transfers? If so, you need to fill our form 1 for make or register a firearm. Then you just have to figure out what your transfering to, a individual, a business, or a trust. but after typing that, I think I see your issue. This forum is more dedicated to NFA items… so if your just making regular guns and not full auto or suppressors, it does get kind of confusing to fill out.
Is this where you are getting hung up? I am not a admin or anything, just trying to help. I think the admins have disappeared after silencershop took over.
20190711 at 7:40 pm #104181
Hi coagula13! Thanks for answering.
I’m referring to this website’s tracking database when I fill in entries for my transfers. When I put in a new row in the tracking database, one of the fields is [Transferee Type]. Another field is [Form Type]. The values seem to overlap.
20190711 at 10:13 pm #104184
Yes and no. You need a form for for a transfer, then the type is how it was handled. Like think about transferee type as to what form had to be filled out and type just narrows it down further. I’m limited on explaining because I am not 100% as to what all the options do. I am looking at this on my tablet. I’ll try and look at it in the am on a PC and see if I can make more sense of it.
20190712 at 10:28 am #104190
Matthew, I just stumbled upon this… maybe this can clarify a little bit…
20190712 at 8:42 pm #104196
I’m not talking about eForms… I’m referring to this website’s tracking database…
Oh well… thanks for reaching out anyway.
20190712 at 8:51 pm #104197
I know you’re not. It just seems like transfer type is what your trying to do, and wasn’t being specific to e-forms, just the form types that are listed on that link. The link is talking about e-forms, I know, but it was the only link I could find explaining the different forms.
Sadly the website doesn’t make it straight forward unless you are fully versed in all the stuff.
20200623 at 7:01 pm #108284Chief (Retired)ParticipantJoin Date: 01/23/2018
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Transferee type is how you would receive the item as a transfer. The form type is more of a catch-all for the type of transfer.
– As an example, if you are doing a F1 as an individual, you would put F1 Individual in transferee type and Form 1 in form type.
– Another example would be a Form 4 individual transfer (transferee type) from an in-state individual (form type).
Form type does have overlap and there are some possibilities/combinations that aren’t captured in the current list.
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