Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by patsygarret, Dec 6, 2010.
To Wally: I'll echo what the OP said. I contacted the ATF several times in my long wait for my stamp and I always got a person on the phone and they were always accomodating. Don't be afraid to call up your public servants and ask for some help. Get the name of the helpful officer and include it in a cover letter if you're worried about any details ("Sally Jones told me to do X in Y way").
And it only took me about three hours to build this:
I already had my reciever engraved and all the parts were sitting in a box ready to go when the stamp hit my mailbox I hit the toolbox!
Enjoy and congrats!
I know how you feel. when I show my wife a newly barreled action or a new silencer fresh off of the lathe and ask her what she thinks; she says, "it's a pipe". I love her, but that's what I get for marrying a nerdy girly-girl computer programmer form Thailand.
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