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Old 10-11-2012, 04:40 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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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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