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Old 09-06-2012, 08:17 PM   #1
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Hello all, we have just recently received our SOT to sell class 3 weapons and we are just going to dabble in mainly suppressors to start. My question was on how to keep the records for these weapons? We have a separate bound book that we are going to use for all class 3 weapons but can we use the same set up that we have for our regular long gun and hand gun books or is there a special way that they need to be set up? Thanks ahead of time guys!

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Old 09-06-2012, 08:32 PM   #2
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Welcome to FTF. I'm sure one of our more advanced members can answer your question. Asking the atf directly might be a good idea.

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Hello all, we have just recently received our SOT to sell class 3 weapons and we are just going to dabble in mainly suppressors to start. My question was on how to keep the records for these weapons? We have a separate bound book that we are going to use for all class 3 weapons but can we use the same set up that we have for our regular long gun and hand gun books or is there a special way that they need to be set up? Thanks ahead of time guys!
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You can use a regular bound book for your CIII records. Make sure you use a separate book from what your using for non-class III.

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