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Old 02-22-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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When you buy an nfa item they require the $200 tax stamp, is that a one time deal or do you have to get a stamp for each individual item?
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Old 02-22-2012, 07:45 PM   #2
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The $200 is per item.
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When you buy an nfa item they require the $200 tax stamp, is that a one time deal or do you have to get a stamp for each individual item?
every one needs a stamp
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Yep. Tax on the transfer of the item. Each NFA firearm that is transferred gets taxed once.
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Thanks guys. Although I'm only 18, I'm planning on building a sbr and id really like to get the .300 blackout w/ a suppressor from AAC.

I've heard some guys with acrs getting the barrels shortened due to bushmaster barrels not being avaliable, what's the process in doing so?
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Depends on your state laws.

Ata minimum you need a form 4 fingerprint card chief law signature on the form 4.

Easiest route is a trust if its allowed in your state. Might also need to be 21 for any nfa but im not 100% on that.
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I'm pretty sure I need to be 21 for that.
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