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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Profreedomokie, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. Profreedomokie

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    I've bought several surpressors in the past but,never a SBR. I'm building it myself on a Sig upper and lower. Will I have to register the lower on the NFA form? Is there a website to download the forms? Do I need a Class 3 dealer or can I do all of it myself? Help!
     
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    with n SBR, you can do it yourself. Form 1 from the BATFE website.

    I'll find the link
     
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    http://www.atf.gov/forms/download/atf-f-5320-1.pdf

    here's the link to the Form 1.

    You'll need to have the lower receiver engraved with your info or the info of your trust (if you go that route).

    You'll need to make sure that you do not have the upper receiver assembled until AFTER approval. Constructive possession will get you alot more trouble than it's worth.
     
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    Thanks to both of you for the help.
     
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    Both of me? I'm a big boy but I didn't think I was quite that big. :D

    It's no problem. I've done a few SBR/form 1's so if you have any questions or need a little advice, I'll be glad to try and help.
     
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    Sorry ,I didn't notice the replys were from the same person. I don't know how big you are,I've never seen you. Thanks for your help.
     
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    Maybe there's a mouse in your pocket?

    Quick question for you Jeff, and sorry to hijack the thread, but have you ever had trouble having the police chief sign off on it? I want to go down the sbr/suppressor road, but I want to be able to expect any snags that I might see.
     
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    TRUST. No CLEO sign-off required. Pretty sure thats what Jeff used.

    And to go into more detail:

    Trust or Corporation = No CLEO sign-off.
    Individual = CLEO sign-off.

    If you want to do a trust, do a little reading on NFA trusts or go talk to one of our great CIII dealers. You can do a corporation, but I think it would be a hassle with all the tax paper work you have to file all the time.
     
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    I went the trust route, which bypasses the CLEO sign-off, fingerprints, pictures, etc.
    If you're really thinking of getting into NFA, a trust is a must. (sorry, didn't mean to sound like dr. suess there.)
     
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    I've never had a problem on the chief's signing off. I do volunteer work with the PD. I'm going to see him again soon to start on a SBR stamp.
     

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