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Old 05-22-2012, 11:57 PM   #11
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C&r (curio & relics) is much easier to get. It's mainly for collecting old guns. You can basically buy anything over 50 years old with it. It allows you to buy out of state also. Last time I checked I think it cost $35.
Thanks for answering my questions, but I probably be more interested in the standard FFL. I just looked at this one website that showed 11 different licenses. Which one is just standard to buy guns and possible sell? Thanks again for all the answers!!
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For a standard ffl you basically have to prove you are running a business. If you aren't out to make a profit don't get anything other than a c&r.
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Old 05-23-2012, 12:06 AM   #13
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For a standard ffl you basically have to prove you are running a business. If you aren't out to make a profit don't get anything other than a c&r.
Ok thanks!! Sorry for all the questions.
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No problem. Here to help. Do a little research on a c&r it may work for what you want.
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This should answer a lot of questions: http://www.atf.gov/firearms/how-to/become-an-ffl.html
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OK, so its been 4 weeks now, should i start to get a little nervous that FFL has not showed up yet? How does it normally come? regular postal, sign postal, or ups? Don't even know what i should be looking for.
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It will be close to the first of the month.
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Wow it only took 10 days for me. I would call and find out what's the hold up.
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