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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    Turn around time for SBRs filed electronically is 40 days or less.
    I got a Form 1 back today, that I submitted through my trust 12/29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PT Doc View Post
    I got a Form 1 back today, that I submitted through my trust 12/29.
    For the "uninitiated"; there are different examiners. Sometimes there can be a slight discrepancy.

    However, considering we're talking weeks versus months or years; this is lightning fast.

    My SBR between Form 3 and then subsequently Form 4. Took about 14-15 months by comparison to 45-60 days.

    ETA: That was also during the madness post sandy hook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWT View Post
    For the "uninitiated"; there are different examiners. Sometimes there can be a slight discrepancy.

    However, considering we're talking weeks versus months or years; this is lightning fast.

    My SBR between Form 3 and then subsequently Form 4. Took about 14-15 months by comparison to 45-60 days.

    ETA: That was also during the madness post sandy hook.
    Sorry, to clarify, this was a lower that will become a SBR. My Saker 7.62 purchased same day through Silencer Shop is still pending the Form 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PT Doc View Post
    I got a Form 1 back today, that I submitted through my trust 12/29.
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    Waiting on a Form 3 to clear on an AAC Ti-Rant 9 that I purchased on 12/31 (just under the wire for the 'Damn the Man!' promotion).
    "When the phone rang, Parker was in the garage, killing a man."

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolverRob View Post
    I am waiting on Illinois to join the 21st century and allow NFA.

    I win! Only 54 more months until I leave this place and move someplace where NFA is allowed.

    To be fair, you can get an SBR now if you are an 03 FFL or member of a "reenactment group". I keep waiting for "Jim-Bob's Short Barrel Rifle Reenactors" to form.
    Progress is slow, unfortunately. I'm just positive that the Chicago politicians still believe that a suppressor turns a 300 Win Mag into a whimsical little mouse fart like you hear in Hollywood.

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    Some good news- a TX legislator just introduced a " shall certify bill

    http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlodo...l/HB01179I.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCM View Post
    Some good news- a TX legislator just introduced a " shall certify bill

    http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlodo...l/HB01179I.htm
    And pigs are flying.....! I hope this passes asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCM View Post
    Some good news- a TX legislator just introduced a " shall certify bill

    http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlodo...l/HB01179I.htm
    While it certainly is good, forming a Trust avoids CLEO involvement entirely and also has some additional benefits not available when going the Individual route.

    Just something to consider....


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    Quote Originally Posted by punkey71 View Post
    While it certainly is good, forming a Trust avoids CLEO involvement entirely and also has some additional benefits not available when going the Individual route.

    Just something to consider....


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    That is, trusts avoid CLEO involvement until BATFE changes the regs to require all "responsible persons" to be fingerprinted and submit CLEO sign offs...which may happen this year...

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