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What is the legal process for converting a new pistol to an SBR?
First I would set up a gun trust with a good attorney in your state. Mine cost $300 and the attorney spent 30 mins talking to me and walking me though the options on how to set it up - the way I would have wanted to set it up would have been a mistake. There are at least three reasons to set up a trust. (1) If you do not live alone, the others who live in the home where the SBR is (wife, girl friend, roommate) could be in violation of federal law if t have unrestricted access to the SBR. With a trust you could legally protect them and t don’t even have to know that t are on the trust. If the trust is set up correctly you can add and delete people w/o them having any active role in anything. (2) A trust doesn’t have to get CLEO sign off on purchases, you only have to submit a form that you have an SBR. (3) if the trust is set up correctly you could add a friend to the trust for a specified period of time (say for a hunting trip) and have them automatically fall out of the trust 24 hours after you return - you need to set a date. The trust can be done in a few hours after the call, you’ll then need to notarize it and fund the trust (it take $1). my trust has a page with a dollar bill attached. Next buy the pistol. Go get finger printed, I did mine at the local police department, and bought my forms off Amazon. You’ll need TWO complete figer print cards. Amazon.com .FBI Fingerprint Cards, Form FD-258, 3 pack .Office Products Then go get a few passport photos (you’ll only need one, and put it on the Form 1). Then go get a money order for $200.00 made out to the ATF. I believe that t will take other forms of payment, but I prefer using a money order. Double and triple check your paperwork, the attorney that prepared your trust will likely do your first few reviews for free. Fill out Form 23 - NFA Responsible Person Questionnaire - Make sure you do this keeping in mind that your trust (not you) will own the SBR. Mail all the above (except Form 23) into the ATF and wait… and wait… and wait… Odds are good that in late 2016 you’ll wait 6 or 7 months. If you get a response faster be happy. Form 23 gets mailed to the CLEO (Chief Law Enforcement Officer) in your county. If everything goes well, you’ll be mailed your $200 tax stamp. After AND ONLY AFTER you get the tax stamp, go buy the stock and attach it. At this time you can also add a foregrip to the pistol as an SBR. Note.If you add a foregrip w/o the stock you’ve created a AOW (any other weapon), and everything above still applies and you can NOT add a stock later w/o repeating the ENTIRE process. The process for a suppressor is similar except that you have to pay for the suppressor and the tax stamp goes to the seller of the suppressor who will then call you and tell you that t’ve been cleared to transfer the suppressor. That will require a Form 4 rather than a Form 1.
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After that you can get approval via phone calls to fill out the next five and send the rest of the paperwork in. That last one is a big one. The ATF does not call you to tell you that you have been approved or to provide instructions about how to fill them out. The form is called a Notice of Approval — it comes in a 3# envelope (3 letters, each #1 = letter) and has instructions that are in blue lettering: “NOTICE OF APPROVAL TO TRANSFER .380 AUTOMATIC RIFLE” As you can see, the form is called a Notice of Approval, and it takes time to review. If you have a friend that already bought it or lives at the address that your wife or girlfriend at the very least has used (the address was in a recent phone text) there is something t can do to reduce the time needed. The.
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