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Old 10-11-2012, 05:40 PM   #11
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Just a heads up.

Doing work to it and charging money....this is considered gunsmithing. Keeping a firearm overnight as a gunsmith requires an FFL.

The penalty far outweighs any money you'll make doing it.
I called my ATF here in Fl and I was told as long as it was a slide or barrel ,and not the WHOLE FIREARM ,then you do not need an FFL
You can stipple a frame and do a barrel that's fine
Just can't do a Frame and a slide together at once

But you are right that if you keep a whole firearm over night to do work on it you do need it

Thanks for the heads up


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Old 10-11-2012, 05:46 PM   #12
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Just a heads up.

Doing work to it and charging money....this is considered gunsmithing. Keeping a firearm overnight as a gunsmith requires an FFL.

The penalty far outweighs any money you'll make doing it.
Wasnt sure of the stippling but you sir are correct

Q: Is a license needed to engage in the business of engraving, customizing, refinishing or repairing firearms?

Yes. A person conducting such activities as a business is considered to be a gunsmith within the definition of a dealer.

[27 CFR 478.11]


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Wasnt sure of the stippling but you sir are correct

Q: Is a license needed to engage in the business of engraving, customizing, refinishing or repairing firearms?

Yes. A person conducting such activities as a business is considered to be a gunsmith within the definition of a dealer.

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Yes as a business but to do at home for friends is not needed I was told
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Would a fine steel wool and then a good buff with metal polish give results like that??

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Yes as a business but to do at home for friends is not needed I was told
If you're getting paid for a service , that is conducting business


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I could make a list of a bunch of guns i have, or "have", or wish I had. Why would one feel compelled to provide that infornation freely? Do you feel the need to show off? Is it some immature game of oneupsmanship?

Why do you feel it necessary to list your guns?

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