ATF sure taking their good sweet time!

FrogFire7

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When they put the new "trust" limitations and pics/prints/bgc regs on the trusts--- it took me almost a year to get my form 1 through--- and I didn't even wait till the end to do it.

I'm gonna say that it's gonna be 14-16 months or longer for form 1's once this sbr/brace thing really gets going.
Wouldn't surprise me.
 

Cemetery21

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You're on!!

I told my brother in law that with the new pistol brace cluster and all the new SBR applications, they'll probably delay my suppressor application a few years 😂😑
"your eForms submission with the subject Permit/Control number has changed to APPROVED"

But, SC usually takes 30+ days to ship (because they have a 30 day return policy - from approval).
You may still beat me.
 

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"your eForms submission with the subject Permit/Control number has changed to APPROVED"

But, SC usually takes 30+ days to ship (because they have a 30 day return policy - from approval).
You may still beat me.
Dang it! What date did you file? I half expected mine over the weekend.

As long as I get it in the next 30 days I should still pull out a win, all I have to do is drive to my dealer and pick it up after background check 😂
 

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Dang it! What date did you file? I half expected mine over the weekend.

As long as I get it in the next 30 days I should still pull out a win, all I have to do is drive to my dealer and pick it up after background check 😂
Submission Date: 04/29/2022
I did the 4473 today by email, but SC held onto my last ones for over 30 days. They do ship to my house.
 

Cemetery21

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Yes, signature required. They say they can mail it cause they have a license or dealer in every state that allows suppressors. My last two showed on the tracking that they originated from here in MO.
 

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Yes, signature required. They say they can mail it cause they have a license or dealer in every state that allows suppressors. My last two showed on the tracking that they originated from here in MO.
I have had my suppressor worked on by them and they shipped it to my house without telling me and I just happened to stop by and open my mailbox one day. It was sitting in there for awhile before I noticed it.
 

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It must depend on the mail carrier. I missed the carrier when they came to the house and they left a note that the package would be at the post office - it was and I signed for it there.
 

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Blows my mind... As regulated as they are... Just leave em for the porch pirates, I guess! Wow.
Porch pirates would be better off going to a hardware store and making a simple one rather than stealing from a mailbox. There’s less federal penalties with a home made one.

Personally, the crazy part is that I can’t order them straight from an online catalog and have them show up the next day on my front step. That’s the mind blowing part.
 
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