Dumb question from new C&R licensee

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by KyFried, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. KyFried

    KyFried New Member

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    Hi guys,
    I've been reading this forum for about a month or so, and finally decided to sign up. I just got my C&R license today. Woohoo! I know that I'm not supposed to sign the original, that I'm supposed to sign a copy, but what am I supposed to copy? The whole thing (even the little box with the cut out FFL info card)? It doesn't need to be front and back, does it?

    Like I said, probably a stupid question. But I appreciate you guys humoring me. Thanks,

    -Reggie
     
  2. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    No stupid questions (but SOME get REAL close!) :p

    Copy the front of the license. Should be about a half page. Matter of fact, make about a dozen copies. Trim them. Fold a couple and keep in your wallet for "targets of opportunity". When you need to use one, take it out and sign it.

    Also a good time to see that you have your "bound volume" set up.

    You will also want to send a signed copy in the places like Southern Ohio Gun, AIM surplus, etc, that you are likely to do business with. Places like Numrich Gun Parts Corp and Brownells also gives a discount on stuff to C&R holders- so get on file with them.

    And where ARE my manners? Welcome to the forum- when you get a minute, drop by the intro thread, and tell us about yerself.
     

  3. KyFried

    KyFried New Member

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    Gotcha, thank you.
     
  4. USAFret

    USAFret New Member

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    Send a copy to Midway too. They also will give you discounts.
     
  5. KyFried

    KyFried New Member

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    Sweet! I buy reloading stuff from Midway. Thanks for the heads up.