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Old 04-09-2005, 11:29 AM
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At Last. Manufacturers licence

Well i finaly recieved my German Weapons and Ammunition Manufacturers license today. (took nearly a year of burocracy. UK, EU and Germany)also have my Weapons and Ammunition dealers license ( FFL / RFD). Trading starts in earnest as of NOW !!
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Old 04-09-2005, 08:19 PM
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Ammunition Manufacturers license today.

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What are you planning on doing with that? Just curious as to why you would need one of those to sell or trade guns.
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Thats exctly it. i need a dealers license to sell and trade guns. but to repair , modify etc i need a manufacturers license. With a manufacturers license i can develope my own actions, make my own barrels and ammunition etc. Almost all gun shops in the EU have a dealers license, not many have a manufacturers license. How is it in the states, I doubt if Remington operate only on a FFL..or does a FFL emcompas both. what do Hornady have that allows em to make ammo. I'm chuffed to bits that i'm the only Brit in Germany to hold such a license, as far as i know the only Brit in the EU (certainly Germany)to hold EU recognition in this field.
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I see.
So you are planning on making your own actions or barrels or ammo or all three?
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Thats exctly it. i need a dealers license to sell and trade guns. but to repair , modify etc i need a manufacturers license. With a manufacturers license i can develope my own actions, make my own barrels and ammunition etc. Almost all gun shops in the EU have a dealers license, not many have a manufacturers license. How is it in the states, I doubt if Remington operate only on a FFL..or does a FFL emcompas both. what do Hornady have that allows em to make ammo. I'm chuffed to bits that i'm the only Brit in Germany to hold such a license, as far as i know the only Brit in the EU (certainly Germany)to hold EU recognition in this field.
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[/ QUOTE ] Pete: All the different classes of federal licenses are called as the following. 01- Dealer in firearms other that Destructive Devices. 03- Dealer in Destructive Devices. 06- Ammunition Manufacturer etc.
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Old 04-10-2005, 01:32 PM
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Pete,

Congratulations. I'm looking at a manufacturer of firearms license as well, just to make and sell a few in a larger diameter action/bolt configuration.

A manufacturer of firearms licence covers both rifle actions and ammunition both, but a manufacturer of ammunition license only covers ammunition, not actions... ammunition license is only 1/5th the cost however. To work as a gunsmith, just a dealer license is required. A seperate importer license is also necessary to import firearms for sale, and form 6 must be filled out and approved to import for a nonlicensee or licensee's personal use if one does not hold the importer license.

A seperate dealer license is not required if one holds a manufacturer or importer license.

Destructive device licenses are seperate for each of these catagories as well and cost is substantially more for each, about 20 times more.
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Thats about same as here in practice. there are many dealers who do some gun smithing under the dealers license. But they technicaly shouldn't. a dealers license covers you to deal, but not to manufacture. I figured i'g go the whole hog as the manufacturers license covers you for it all. wasn't cheap though.
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