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Old 07-24-2011, 02:16 AM   #11
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Just so you know I have been going over my packet since I have received it and yet to find where it's says a loose leaf bound book is acceptable. So I asked. If you can tell me where it states that enlighten me plz.

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Old 07-24-2011, 11:04 AM   #12
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A “bound book” is a permanently bound book or an "orderly arrangement of loose-leaf pages " which must be maintained . The format must follow that prescribed in the regulations, and the pages must be numbered consecutively.

[27 CFR 478.121 and 478.125]


You should have a copy of the form with your paperwork that you can copy off and put in a binder.

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A “bound book” is a permanently bound book or an "orderly arrangement of loose-leaf pages " which must be maintained . The format must follow that prescribed in the regulations, and the pages must be numbered consecutively.

[27 CFR 478.121 and 478.125]


You should have a copy of the form with your paperwork that you can copy off and put in a binder.
Maybe your ATF Federal Firearms Regulations Reference Guide is newer than mine They sent me a 2005 edition

My Open letter to all recently federally licensed collectors of curio or relic firearms (also dated Jan 19 2005)
on the back page states
Licensed Collectors MUST

Prepare an Acquisition and Disposition (A/D) record as prescribed by
27 CFR 478.125 (f)

section (f) is on page 67
and states nothing of "or an orderly arrangement of loose leaf pages)

also no form to copy and put in a binder was sent in my packet

The notice of Errata for ATF P 5300.4
(updates to the reg book)
say nothing about 27 CFR 478.125 (f) pg 67

I did recive a letter in my packet saying


To Whom it may concern
The ammended FFL form F5300.38was not included in your pack due to it being on backorder. Please call the ATF Distrubution Center on a later date to have one sent to you. Sorry for the inconveinence that this has caused.

So my original reason for posting this thread was because what I was reading on forums on BOUND BOOKS was conflicting to what I was reading in the regs
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Thanks for the link but I belive as long as someone is able to pull out a reg book and tell me Im not abiding by CFR 478.125 (f). Ill just go ahead and purchase a Bound Book from Brownells.

Better safe than sorry for the few bucks it will cost for a book that will last
the rest of my life
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