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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by Jeff Schlittenardt, Mar 11, 2019.
Efiling SBRs now takes about 2 weeks.
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Yup, it's all the blame game, but here I am without a can
Mine was 7 months, single person trust, 2 suppressors. 6 days to get stamp after approval.
Sitting at 13 months currently.
Took them less than a week to cash the check.
My last two were at six months but I have three still in jail. One is at almost 9 months. The shutdown defiantly didn’t help and heard to expect waits back around a full year again like just before they started doing the photos and fingerprints.
I'm at 16 months. How long in FBI status? Think mines been there for 6 at least. FBI check is the same as a nics check but there's no time limit on completing it.
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I'm at 12 months going on 13. When I applied they were coming in at 6 months. My luck, a couple of guys ordered theirs a few weeks before and have been shooting them for a very long time
I have a friend that could help, but I don't want to make things worse and piss someone off.
I don't understand the timeline. I bought a couple of suppressors a few years ago and the time (if I remember correctly) was around 9 months. In April, 2016, with the Clinton / Trump election looming, I decided to buy a .45 cal suppressor before Clinton got elected. I thought many others would do the same and I expected a long wait time. That wait time was about the same and only extended a short period of time because Sig was modifying the design. I would have thought now, under the Trump administration, the wait time would be decreasing.
I don't know, I'd expect it's been with them once atf approved the docs were correct. What a joke this all is. I can go buy a gun in less than 5 mins I'm walking out the door.