"Disapproved"

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Speedo66, Mar 2, 2021.

  1. Speedo66

    Speedo66 Member

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    When I got my rejection in March, I was told the wait was 60 days at that point.
     
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  2. Speedo66

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    When I walked into my local PD last week they printed me on the spot.

    Now hoping I get the cover letter and request for prints soon.
     
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  3. Jack Flash

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    You should have got that the second you submitted the eForm 1.

    First one I did, after the payment part, I thought I was finished. I waited 3 days, and still no email with the cover letter. Went back into the form and I didn't submit the damn thing.

    As soon as I did I got the email with the cover letter.
     
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  4. Spats McGee

    Spats McGee Moderator Staff Member

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    Keep us posted, @Speedo66. Here's hoping you get approved soon. I may have missed it somewhere, but what are you getting approved (if I may ask)?
     
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  5. Speedo66

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    I'm doing an Eform 1. The interior is a stacking cone type which will be for a .22.
     
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  6. GONRA

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    shoobe01 - DECADES back GONRA hada (smart) ATF agent
    actually DICTATE and otherwise fill in a tricky ATF form for me -
    essentially to apologize for a massive screw ATF up made
    much earlier by another (dumbass) ATF agent.
    (I had no idea how to "fill it in" to "game the system".)
     
  7. dogtown tom

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    Didn't bother reading the instructions did ya?:scrutiny:
    ALWAYS read the instructions, because they clearly tell the applicant exactly how to fill out the form. It isn't complicated unless you ignore the instructions printed on every ATF form.

    Amazingly, my customers who follow instructions the best? English isn't their first language.:rofl:
     
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  8. Oldtown102

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    I had a form 4 get declined because the store clerk left one piece of info off of application. The ATF examiner would not let the store submit the needed info, and I had to start over from scratch. Immediately re applied sending in another $200 tax stamp fee and I got the suppressor in 5 months and then a refund of the first $200 tax stamp I sent in 8 months later. Thought my first $200 would never be seen again. I called so many times asking for my refund they finally sent it to me so I would quit calling I think.
     
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  9. MechAg94

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    One of the error fixes my dealer did on one was to change the caliber from .300 to .3. IMO, that is about as silly as it gets. There were at least a couple other errors so it wasn't only that.
     
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