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Old 10-07-2012, 05:45 PM   #11
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It is a federal approval, nothing speeds up the process that has changed little since it was implemented in the 30's. there is hope for the future as the ATF has a project to do all of this electronically.
Some say tax stamps for trust owned items are issued faster because there are no names and fingerprints to be checked. I doubt that theory is true since most of the wait is getting your application to the top of the huge stack on the reviewers desk. Plus, trusts are sent to the legal department to make sure they are valid.
I got my first can under an individual application. While I waited seven months for that to come back, I researched a trust and wrote my own using Quicken. After a few re writes to get it correct, I used it to apply for my second stamp, which has been pending 2 months so far. With the trust, I just need to make a new copy for each NFA item I want to apply for in the future.
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True.. having Trust is a time saver. On average, took me about just exactly 6 months for my 1st & 2nd stamps back. Hopefully as predicted my form 1 SBR comes back.
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I wouldnt say its a time saver I had my stamp back in 5 months and 1 week with a individual non trust on my SBR .
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I wouldnt say its a time saver I had my stamp back in 5 months and 1 week with a individual non trust on my SBR .
What i meant was not needing to get pics, fingerprints and Chief signatures. I can purchase the silencer from my class 3 dealer, fil up the form and mail it on the same day.
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a trust speeds it up once your app hits the examiner desk. but its first come first serve till that point.
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In Oklahoma its a $200 tax stamp then you have to get the form approved and signed by the sheriff in your county. Then its usually about a 6-7 month wait
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I know laws vary from state to state, but I have lots of friends that opened a gun trust, no need for a Cleo and some other benefits depending on who you put on it with you.
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Google Mr. Silencer in Arizona then click the "Gun Trust" tab for lots of good info. I got the Quicken Will Maker 2011 for about $30.00 and did my own trust. Then just get it noterized. The Trust eliminates local LEO and helps with ownership/transfer later. Good luck
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with the quicken will maker, is there more than 1 form, or any special title such as gun trust.
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I sent my app in in April and just got the word that they lost my paper work. They sent my cashiers check back and I have to start all over again. Incompetent idiots.
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