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Old 06-22-2014, 03:16 AM   #1
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I received a envelope yesterday from no other than the ATF, inside was a sheet of paper I've been wanting for a while now. Needless to say I'm a C&R holder now. I'm waiting to send my info to: Century, SOG, J&G Sales, Wideners, Allan's Armory, and others, but I have a question. They all require a signed copy of your license and DL, my question is do I make copies of my license and sign those, or sign the actual copy itself and email a picture of that with the DL. Another thing is, to email my license, do I have to scan it and send that file, or take a picture of it and send that? All advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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Old 06-22-2014, 03:22 AM   #2
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Make copies of the original and sign those, don't sign the original. Keep it in a secure location.
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A scan should work just fine. It might take a little while for vendors to allow you to create an account because it's harder to verify a 03 ffl then a 01. Hope this helps!
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Just to be clear, you will need to send them a hard copy (on paper) of your FFL with a "wet" ink signature. (Blue or black) They won't accept emailed or faxed images of that document.

Numrich is another good place to send a copy.
MidwayUSA is NOT. They don't even give (01)FFL's a discount any longer.
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Just to be clear, you will need to send them a hard copy (on paper) of your FFL with a "wet" ink signature. (Blue or black) They won't accept emailed or faxed images of that document.

Numrich is another good place to send a copy.
MidwayUSA is NOT. They don't even give (01)FFL's a discount any longer.
NOT TRUE ! In fact , page 1 of the license specifically states that a faxed, scanned, or emailed copy of the signed license is acceptable !!
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Thanks all! I was also planning on sending it to Brownells and MidwayUSA, but since Midway doesn't give discounts anymore, I'll just send it to Numrich. I never thought about sending it to them, I deal with them a good bit.
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NOT TRUE ! In fact , page 1 of the license specifically states that a faxed, scanned, or emailed copy of the signed license is acceptable !!
Yes, I'm aware of what it says. Now try and find a distributor that will actually DO that. Just because it's LEGAL for them to accept an electronic copy, it doesn't mean they HAVE to. An FFL can refuse any transaction they want to if they think you looked at them funny.
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I'm not sure about a 01 ffl but I know for a fact that most dealers will accept a scan of a 03 ffl.
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Thanks all! I was also planning on sending it to Brownells and MidwayUSA, but since Midway doesn't give discounts anymore, I'll just send it to Numrich. I never thought about sending it to them, I deal with them a good bit.
NO NO NO NO!!!! By all means DO send a copy to Brownells! They still take great care of their customers and appreciate their business. And you'll enjoy the savings you get on most (not all) items.
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I'm not sure about a 01 ffl but I know for a fact that most dealers will accept a scan of a 03 ffl.
Would you mind naming a few?
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