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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by gfercaks33, Jan 31, 2016.
What if your lower says "multi" for the caliber?
Pick the caliber you intend on building and use that on Form 1. You can swap other uppers on it but should notify the ATF of any permanent changes, like if you sell the original upper or change barrel length/caliber.
So which of these is right to put on my form given that the receiver itself says "Multi". My Class III SOT dealer told me to put "multi", but I am running it past you guys to:
Also, should I put "5.56 NATO" or 223 Remington/5.56 NATO, or 223 Wylde or what?
Additionally, what do I need to put on this part of the form. I am not sure if I should do "I am Paying the Making tax for the Applicant" part:
Any guidance is 100% appreciated.
There have been multiple reports of all applications that used "multi" for caliber being rejected. It may have been ok years ago, but save yourself the hassle and pick a single caliber. Do not use "multi" or try and list multiple calibers. The caliber is normally engraved on the barrel you are using and that meets ATF marking requirements. Here is a post from NFA Gun Trust Lawyer's Blog on the subject:
4c should contain the caliber or gage of the firearm. Only one is acceptable. ( Multi is not acceptable, you can only list one, if you have additional calibers you want to list you should attach additional configurations in a letter attached to your Form 1 stating the caliber, barrel length, and overall length as related to the firearm listed on the Form 1.)
Previously ATF accepted them by being listed in 4h on the Form 1 but no longer accepts this.)
As far as what to list for the caliber, following the guidelines that was posted in the ATF Eforms Bulletin below.
Here is from my most recently approved Form 1. I would not fill out the "I am paying..."
Are you doing this through eForms?
I owe you a beer!
I don't think so...I think I was just going to print these off and send them in.
Eform is faster and auto pending
I was under the impression that they had shut down the e-forms?
I am working on an E-Form right now when I should really be working. Don't nark on me.