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Old 05-16-2014, 04:31 PM   #11
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OP, you describe it as a simple thing. I seriously doubt it is simple. Can't be, when dealing with the ATF....
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The money issue is a big deal. You have to pay the manufacturer up front for the NFA item. Then the customer comes in and pays you because they need the serial number on their paperwork to send to the BATFE. Now they've paid you and that NFA item has to sit in your inventory until their stamp comes in. That's a long time to have a lot of money sitting in your inventory.
Just so you guys know... At Liberty we require 25% deposit at the time of order and the remaining balance at the time of shipment.

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Personally, if it were me, I'd insist on full payment at some point. Is there a spot where you know you're getting approved, and it's just a waiting game? If so, then. If not, it'd be when I turned in your paperwork. From a buyer's POV, I wouldn't have any issue paying for it, with an assurance that if something DID go wrong, and I didn't get the stamp, I'd get my money back.
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For me it wasn't a big deal to just pay in full for my 22 suppressor at the time I submitted my form, but those aren't nearly as expensive as centerfire cans.
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The 2 cans that I have bought both required payment in full. I don't have a problem with that.
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I require payment in full, in advance. I didnt at one time, but there were too many people who changed their minds. If you get the money up front and require a restocking fee or something like that, they generally get their stuff straight from the start.
As far as transferring from the business, most of my suppressors belong to my business. THe vast majority of them are demos, so I use them for that, and I use them for my own purposes as well.
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