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Will the Tulsa County Sheriff sign off on SBR?

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by JesseR, Jun 11, 2011.

  1. JesseR

    JesseR Sharpshooter

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    I'd really rather not get into a Trust but I would like to SBR a couple of my rifles. Seeing as I can't move to Wagoner County right now, will the Tulsa County Sheriff sign off on SBR paperwork?

    Thanks,
    J
     
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    Not unless you are friends with him or you are Law Enforcement.
     
  3. JesseR

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    Well that is very disappointing.
     
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    So, if you setup a trust you won't have to have the sheriff sign off?
     
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    YES! to above post ,it's the best way to go!
     
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    Wait, so is the Wagoner county sheriff known for being pro gun? And I guess the Tulsa County Sheriff is anti?
     
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    Not sure about the Sheriff for Wagoner County as to what his stance is. The Undersheriff for Tulsa is the one who signs for the Sheriff there and it is a little bit of a chore for non-LEO to get their paperwork signed but I hear that he does after a quick background check. Not sure about the newest Chief for Tulsa but Palmer refused to sign off even for his Officers.
     
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    Last I heard the interview also goes like this
    1. are you employed?
    2. how long at this job?
    3. do you own your home?
    4. do you have a gun safe?
    5. do you have a monitored alarm system?
    6. do you belong to a gun club?
    let me do a quick background check.
     
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    And the above has exactly WHAT to do with your right to own an SBR?
     
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    they think they can keep law abiding citizens from owning them because they can refuse to sign. Scott Walton is the exact same way, he doesnt "believe in" those things so i've heard. Get a trust and you dont hafta worry about all that.
     

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