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Old 01-06-2013, 03:07 PM   #21
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I recently used ffl123 and am glad I did. The more I got into the process on my own the more questions I had. There is a lot of information out there, some misinformation and sorting it out is lengthy. Ffl123 gave me a place to reference true answers and I did just that....a lot! I looked at it as a small investment to prevent making any mistakes. And I wrote it off as a business expense. Since I received my ffl I still reference it for information I forgot or new questions that have come up. Where I felt I got most my money's worth was with the at interview. Fff123 gave me everything I needed to study for the interview, so much that the agent complimented me within the first 20 minutes of the interview. It may not be a necessity but man I am very glad I did!

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Old 01-07-2013, 02:39 AM   #22
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I recently used ffl123 and am glad I did. The more I got into the process on my own the more questions I had. There is a lot of information out there, some misinformation and sorting it out is lengthy. Ffl123 gave me a place to reference true answers and I did just that....a lot! I looked at it as a small investment to prevent making any mistakes. And I wrote it off as a business expense. Since I received my ffl I still reference it for information I forgot or new questions that have come up. Where I felt I got most my money's worth was with the at interview. Fff123 gave me everything I needed to study for the interview, so much that the agent complimented me within the first 20 minutes of the interview. It may not be a necessity but man I am very glad I did!
What did you need to prepare for the interview? Why did you need to study since they only go over how to fill out the forms and some of the regs.
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My interview lasted 4-4.5 hours. We went over more than the 4473. He quizzed me on laws and procedures, even checked inside my locked closet to verify everything could be locked up. Had I not been prepared I'm sure I still would have pulled it off it just would have been more stressful. Once the agent realized I knew what I was talking about it changed the whole tone of the interview.

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My interview lasted 4-4.5 hours. We went over more than the 4473. He quizzed me on laws and procedures, even checked inside my locked closet to verify everything could be locked up. Had I not been prepared I'm sure I still would have pulled it off it just would have been more stressful. Once the agent realized I knew what I was talking about it changed the whole tone of the interview.
That's different, mine lasted 2 hours maybe a little less and he didn't want to see my safe or anything. Asked if I knew what were the legal lengths for long guns and went over the other forms, bound book, etc. No quizzes though...lol
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Ours asked us a few questions, I wouldnt call it being quizzed. Our interview lasted around 3 1/2 hours, but a good portion of that was me asking her questions.

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Mine wasn't even 2 hours. He didnt ask me anything. I think you just talked his ear off and didnt' let him do his thing. lol.

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