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Where in Tulsa to buy???

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by advmotoxc, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. KOPBET

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    It pretty much means if you aren't one of Stanley's buds as LEO or retired LEO then you're out of luck.
     
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    Anyone know about Wagoner County? Sheriff easier to work with than Tulsa?
     
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    The required trust paperwork on the few I've bought was completed for me by the dealer, is this not common practice anymore?
     
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    Im also interested in getting a .22 can, anyone know if rogers county sheriff scott walton regularly signs?
     
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    No, he absolutely will not. He doesnt "believe in" NFA guns. Just ask Coltdogg.
    You will have to do a trust.
     
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    I know this will be a bit of thread drift, but... Is it possible, that if someone had the financial wherewithal, that these departments and others like them be sued for this crap? I always thought the CLEO signature was supposed to be nothing more than a formality saying that A) It was legal to own in that particular jurisdiction, and B) that you as an individual were good to go. Or am I mistaken about it's purpose?
     

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