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Bound book question

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Ed, Nov 12, 2003.

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  1. Ed

    Ed Member

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    Hey I probably could look it up but I'll ask. If you didn't renew your C&R liscense after 3 years, how long are you required to keep the bound book?
     
  2. berettaman

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    No more C&R license no more Bound Book.However to be on the safe side I would keep it for at least a year.(A year from the expiration of your license or the last disposal entry.):D
     
  3. Bill Hook

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    I believe it is 20 years.
     
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    My CYA SOP would be to keep it where you could find it until breathing ceases. Your SOP may be less paranoid.
     
  5. EOD Guy

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    You are required by law to keep the book for 20 years after the last entry. It doesn't matter if you are still licensed or not.
     
  6. Zundfolge

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    So are you still required to maintain your bound book for 20 years? Or can you just toss it in a drawer and forget about it?

    If you buy or sell any C&R firearms after your C&R expires do you have to log them too?
     
  7. EOD Guy

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    You don't have to maintain it anymore once your license expires. You just have to keep it around where you can find it.
     
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