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Old 04-26-2014, 01:04 PM   #1
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Default Firearms applications surge, swamp registration system

Swamped the system. Enlightening really...

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/04/24/atf-guns-registration/8115273/


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Old 04-26-2014, 01:33 PM   #2
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GREAT!!! The more, the merrier. Pretty soon every eligible person in the United States will be armed (except for the "Brady Bunch).


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Great news, we broke the ATF's computer. Thanks, Obama, for trying to meddle with gun owners and impinge 2A. You've created a booming firearms industry and helped to arm millions more Americans.
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Thanks to Obama and his people, the Manufactors and this country is becoming even more Armed.
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Thanks to Obama and his people, the Manufactors and this country is becoming even more Armed.
The article applies to NFA guns only. Good. The current wait time is over 8 months.

That is a hell of alot of machine guns considering there are only between 160,000 and 185,000 transferable. That is a huge number of police transfers and SOT 2 builds.
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Too bad it didn't erase all their records..
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I believe silencers would be a large percentage of the registered NFA transfers and machine guns would be the smallest.
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I believe silencers would be a large percentage of the registered NFA transfers and machine guns would be the smallest.
I think you are correct. WA State legalized suppressor ownership a year ago and EVERYONE is this state is buying them.

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Same here in Texas. Suppressors were approved for hunting here last year and they've been selling like hotcakes ever since. I applied for the Class 111 stamp yesterday on a silencer I bought last week and I'm curious to see how long it takes to be approved. FWIW, I built a SBR a few years back and also submitted that Form 4 in May. I finally got the stamp the week after Christmas that year and I'm wondering if this one will take as long.
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Heck, even I have been considering an SBR...


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