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post #81 of 94
I personally think the Ripper is a little OP, it could do with some recoil to.. my bad, I thought this was a COD thread. biggrin.gif
post #82 of 94
im curious at what isn't Right you're talking about as I have a class 3 license for owning full auto weapons and a fed issued permit for the one surpressor i own and yes you have to have a permit for each one as it is issued according to the serial number on the surpressor.
post #83 of 94
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Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

im curious at what isn't Right you're talking about as I have a class 3 license for owning full auto weapons and a fed issued permit for the one surpressor i own and yes you have to have a permit for each one as it is issued according to the serial number on the surpressor.

I'm just curious, since I've had my FFL and SOT for some years, I assume you do also then since you say you have a "class 3" license, why did you have a tax stamp for the suppressor? Why not just put it on your books like the FA's?
post #84 of 94
when i got mine i didnt have the class 3 so it still had to be permitted
I don't plan on getting another one But, since it has to be registered
by serial number it would surprise me if you wouldn't need to with a ffl.

took me about 4 months to get the stamp but that is not the norm
I think I got lucky with it being that short.
after some current research you better have the stamp evne if you have
or had the ffl first as its required no matter what you get caught with it and no
stamp you up s*** creek without a paddle.

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No! There are some rumors that you need to have a “Class 3” license to own a silencer; but, this simply isn’t true. You do have to pay for a transfer or “tax stamp” when you first buy the suppressor – but there are no ongoing fees or licenses required. This tax is similar to paying sales tax on a purchase, except that it goes to the federal instead of the state government.

this is a have no choice whether you have a ffl you must pay the stamp tax and file the application with the atf otherwise you
are illegal and can get in major trouble.
Edited by vedaire - 3/15/14 at 9:37pm
post #85 of 94
How do you have an SOT and no FFL? The only time a form 4 and tax stamp is required is if it's being transferred to an individual, dealer transfers don't require them.
post #86 of 94
if you are a private individual and do not plan on selling the suppressor you do not need an ffl
to own one only the stamp that is strait from the atf site itself.
post #87 of 94
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Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

if you are a private individual and do not plan on selling the suppressor you do not need an ffl
to own one only the stamp that is strait from the atf site itself.

I know that, like I said I do HAVE an FFL and a retail store. But you said you have a "class 3 license", which I'm assuming means you have an SOT license (Special Occupational Taxpayer), it's the license that allows an FFL to be a dealer/seller of NFA controlled firearms and accessories (suppressors, destructive devices, etc.), unless you have an SOT AND FFL, any NFA firearm/device REQUIRES a $200 tax stamp affixed to a form 4 filled out by the owner kept with said device at all times. I'm just trying to figure out what your calling a "class 3 license", as the only two things that allow you to own an NFA device are either a $200 tax stamped Form 4, or an SOT, there is no "license" available for a private individual besides a Form 4 for EACH NFA DEVICE.
post #88 of 94
as a collector since I do not engage in the sell of nfa I dont need the SOT
now if I decide to sell of any of my collection I would have to obtain one.

the other nice part is my collection will be passed down to my nephew
when I do die thankfully it will be fairly easy for him to obtain the required
permits and stamps since it counts as an inheritance. though he will
still have to pay the appropriate fees and such
Edited by vedaire - 3/15/14 at 10:03pm
post #89 of 94
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Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

as a collector since I do not engage in the sell of nfa I dont need the SOT
now if I decide to sell of any of my collection I would have to obtain one.

the other nice part is my collection will be passed down to my nephew
when I do die thankfully it will be fairly easy for him to obtain the required
permits and stamps since it counts as an inheritance. though he will
still have to pay the appropriate fees and such
So you have a C&R FFL, correct?
post #90 of 94
correct I have the class 3 or as you put it the C&R
as well as my stamp for the suppressor.

although I have my eye on something I want and I'm trying to determine
what I will need to purchase it as it doesnt fall under the C&R category
Edited by vedaire - 3/15/14 at 10:24pm
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