quick question

Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by Subcomp9, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. Subcomp9

    Subcomp9 New Member

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    Is there any special thing you have to do to obtain a class 3 weapons perment
     
  2. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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  3. Subcomp9

    Subcomp9 New Member

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    Lol ****in auto correct
     
  4. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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    Look who's correctin sumone elses spellin :p
    Trust me- you're much better off checkin goverment .org web sights for the quick accurate up to date answers to questions of this type-
     
  5. KeysKelly

    KeysKelly New Member

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    The way the laws change I'd go straight to a Class 3 Dealer.

    To the best of my knowledge there is nothing special other than the same clean record you need for a regular gun. Then it is a ton of paperwork and a long waiting period. The permit is for the actual Class 3 item (Full Auto, Surpressor etc.) so you have to reapply for each item. I was told you are better off to form a LLC or Trust. That way you can leave the weapon to someone when you pass. Otherwise, from the way I understand it, the government can take it upon your death.

    That is just the way I understand it but I could be wrong. I would start by checking with a Class 3 Dealer because their advice is free. Then seek the help of an Attorney when applying and doing the paperwork.
     
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  6. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    If you are looking to acquire a full auto, suppressor, short barreled rifle, short barreled shotgun, etc- you do not get a Class III permit.

    First, see that you STATE does not have a law prohibiting what you want.

    Next, be 21, and not prohibited from owning an ordinary firearm.

    The transfer of the item to you must be thru a DEALER that holds the correct license. You apply to the BATFE for approval of the transfer- papers, prints, approval of local Chief LEO, and payment of the transfer tax (usually $200)

    When the transfer is approved, you can pick it up from your dealer. Which is a good place to start- a dealer can guide you in the process. IF the firearm is transferred to, and owned by a qualified legal trust, you can skid the fingerprints and Chief LEO approval.

    Oh- and have a heavy duty checkbook. If you are looking for a LEGAL, TRANSFERABLE full auto, expect to start North of $10,000.
     
  7. Subcomp9

    Subcomp9 New Member

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    C3 killed it again
     
  8. KeysKelly

    KeysKelly New Member

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    Full Auto's are a lot of fun but a rich man's toy.