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Thinking about a SBR AR upper

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by flatwins, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. CAR-AR-M16

    CAR-AR-M16 Sharpshooter

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    ORI info is:

    WVATF0800
    ATF-NFA BRANCH
    MARTINSBURG, WV

    It looks like everyone has covered everything else. As for the "Caliber", put down the Primary Caliber you will be using. ATF often rejects Form 1's with "Multi" listed as the caliber.
     
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    Robert easier route would be to go the trust route, no prints, no photo's and no need to ask the chief to sign your approval form.
     
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    What is involved in doing the trust and what is the difference? If you die can you pass it to someone else, say a family member??

    I don't think I will have a problem getting the sheriff to sign for me since I work for him.:rotflmao:

    We do all our prints through AFIS and it has a place to enter the BATF ori #. I just didn't know if ATF would accept them?

    Thanks for all the help guys
     
  4. CAR-AR-M16

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    NFA items transfer tax free on an ATF Form 5 to a lawful heir if you file as an individual. I do not know how it works with a trust as I have always gone the individual route myself. Never seen the need for a trust myself as the CLEO signoff and prints are no big deal and I print my own photos. I can see using a trust if you can't get a signoff.

    I know of a few folks who used AFIS and ATF accepted them. I do not see why they wouldn't as long as they had the correct ORI info.
     
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    TCSO?
     
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    Nope...next county south
     
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    Sounds like you'r covered!
     
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    That's another question: How difficult is it to get the sign-off here in Tulsa for SBRs, cans, etc?
     
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    Thanks for the info!
     
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    One in a million I guess. Is you are in T-town. You will have to do a Corp or trust
     

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