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Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by yotesmoker, May 9, 2011.

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  1. yotesmoker

    yotesmoker Member

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    Suppose you are turned down on your stamp request.Do you get your 200 back?
     
  2. Chopdoktor

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    Yeah, you are refunded.
     
  3. PTK

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    Realistically, if you can pass the NICS, and have bought a gun in since the 90s, you'll get the stamp no problem if your state allows the item in question. :)
     
  4. MasterSergeantA

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    Both PTK and the 'dok' are correct.
     
  5. GoingQuiet

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    The tax is a tax on transfer or building.

    As no transfer took place - no tax is due.

    As no building took place (this one is up to debate) - no tax is due.
     
  6. jmorris

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    No, its not. You cannot start a build until you have the approved form 1 in your hand.
     
  7. 9teenEleven

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    I think he probably meant that in most cases, the gun is already built. For example a lower is a lower is a lower. It gets "built" when the tax stamp comes. The ATF has clearly maintained that a lower is a gun in and of itself. What type of gun it is is a matter of paper work. Whether you are using it legally or illegally depends on how what you use it for matches up with your paperwork.
     
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