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Ever been asked to show paperwork?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Wall, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. FAL guy

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    We loosened that rule about a year ago. So,....Bring It!! :mosh:
     
  2. MAJ MALFUNCTION

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    VERY COOL - If you've been doing NFA so long, that your original paperwork is starting to fall apart on you... you're the man!
     
  3. mr ed

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    Yeah I even have the original paperwork where he registered it in '68
    I put it in one of those special plastic sleeves for old documents years ago
    so nobody would handle it.
     
  4. Cohiba

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    I always laminate the Form 4 originals.

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  5. flatwins

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    Pretty much the reason I'll never get a stamp of any kind. Too much hassle and the good guys get the 3rd degree. I do like reading about the cool toys however!
     
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    That's why I don't shoot at H&H... They are quickly getting the old Outdoor America reputation. Thank goodness for the new indoor range in Edmond! Very nice facility and a great staff that is EBR & NFA friendly!

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    H&H is NFA friendly, the whole episode was simply a "misunderstanding". It was all resolved.
     
  8. Wall

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    We've been since & no problems. Now that we know their policy, we don't have any issues & everyone is happy. I got a letter in the mail the other day to inform me that it's getting close to time to renew my blue card. I'm planning on renewing & maybe bump up to a family membership.
     
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    Ive shot my subguns at H&H for a few years now and i don't see them making sure the serial # on the Form 1/4 matches my gun as a big deal....i'm just happy to have a place 20 min away to do a few mag dumps every now and then
     

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