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Old 02-06-2010, 07:51 AM   #1
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Sorry if I didn't introduce myself correctly, I'm new. I've been through all the threads for class 3 and didn't find this topic: Is a class 3 C&R firearm purchase handled any differently than a regular class 3? If I got a C&R FFL could I buy a C&R automatic weapon as a collector at my residence? Also, What is a state form 4? Thanks

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Old 02-06-2010, 11:31 PM   #2
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IF an NFA firearm is a Curio & Relic, and you hold a C&R FFL, it can be transferred directly from the seller to you. Without going thru a Dealer. HOWEVER- you still need to do all of the transfer paperwork with the ATF, pay the fees, give them your first born child, etc. When you have the paperwork in hand, with the canceled stamp, THEN it can be shipped directly to you.

Form 4 is, IIRC, for transfer of an NFA arm within a state. As opposed to interstate.

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Thanks for the information. So with a C&R license you wouldn't have the appx 6 months wait to transfer a C3 C&R? Would ATF do a site visit like other FFLs? I have gun safes, but would I be required to install burglar bars on the windows of my house?

I found some websites that are helpful for C&Rs including ATF, and will use that info as the final word, but it's nice to hear what people with experience have to say.

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Not an expert but I think you will still have to wait for the ATF with or without a C&R lic. Sometimes you have to wait 6 mths for a SBR or a CAN. The C&R lic is good for older bolt & semi-auto out of state weapons, where they can be shipped directly to you avoiding the transfer fee's.

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Thanks for the information. So with a C&R license you wouldn't have the appx 6 months wait to transfer a C3 C&R? Would ATF do a site visit like other FFLs? I have gun safes, but would I be required to install burglar bars on the windows of my house?

I found some websites that are helpful for C&Rs including ATF, and will use that info as the final word, but it's nice to hear what people with experience have to say.

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Collecting and Shooting the Military Surplus Rifle (2006) - Surplusrifle.com
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Thanks for the info

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