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Thinking about a SBR AR upper

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

  1. flatwins

    flatwins Sharpshooter

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    So you have to register it in the county in which you live? I'm really doubting I will screw with all this. These are some of the stupidest laws ever written.
     
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    Yes, it has to be registered in the County you live in. These are the rules if you want to play.
     
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    I think you're trying to convince yourself that the process is more difficult than it is.
     
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    It really is very easy.
     
  5. flatwins

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    It sounds like it is tough to pull off in Tulsa. I'm not up on the whole "Corp or Trust" option so I'll have to read up on all that.
     
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    Trust is easier than a friendly county.
     
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    I did some Googling but stopped when I got to the part about "so I bought Quicken Willmaker and set up a trust", etc. in disbelief.

    I refuse to play this game. Thank you all though for answering my questions.

    It's not so much of the process as it is the principle. I'm thinking that the founding fathers did not intend us to buy Quicken Willmaker, pay a bunch of extra money, and wait months to shorten a rifle barrel by an inch and a half. Not getting down on those that have completed this asinine process but it just isn't for me.
     
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    It really is.
     
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    Major or MAS can setup the trust for you. When I got mine done I had Major do all the paperwork and I just signed and filled out a few forms. Took about 10 minutes.
     
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    When filling out the form 1 as an individual do you send in two applications, two photo's, and two fingerprint cards??
     

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