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Okay, so we are both learning something. I thought that the 4473 went to the FBI. I assumed this because the FBI keeps copies of those forms for 90 days. I also assumed that the $200.00 Transfer Tax License was the FFL.
Also, after looking through my copy of the "Firearms Curios or Relics List" I can only assume that a person would need a "Curious or Relics" permit.
Thanks for making me do some homework!
Originally Posted by orangello
I am not as familiar as i should be with the requirements to own a full-auto/NFA-restricted firearm, but i am thinking it requires a $200 tax and background check, not a Federal Firearms License. I don't know why a person would be licensed to sell or collect when they simply wish to own a NFA item.
The BATF are the government goons assigned to collect the 4473 form info from the FFL's/gun shops. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Form_4473
I guess it is just your terminology that is confusing to me.
edit* thread about a guy wanting a fullauto M4 : http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f47/how-hard-get-class-3-permit-68767/
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