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NTXshooter

The race is on!

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The Form 4 for my suppressor was filed on paper about a month ago. I just filed the Form1 for my SBR electronically. Now it's a race to see which is approved first.

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Good luck. Hope you're ready for the "turtle" portion of that race. That's the hardest part. Waiting..............waiting..................waiting.............

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Were they filed electronically or on paper? That's going to be real depressing if you did it electronically. I figured that one would come in quicker and building the SBR would take my mind off of the suppressor:(

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Both on paper. So there may be hope for you. I've heard of some guys getting the stamp only after 3 or 4 months after filing electronically.

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Holy $HIT!  :eek:

 

I've never, ever seen a stamp only take a little over a month!  :ugone2far: :hail:

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I'm in disbelief. I've never heard of a month to process anything. All of mine took 6 months or more.

 

Congrats my man! Welcome to the Class III club.

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That is total BULL $hit! how could one be faster than the other? other than mail time?.... Hmmmm something is rotten in Denmark and it ain't the fish.... when the info is there is should take the same amount of time..... there must be more to this than meets the eye but in any regard CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! enjoy . Is this the way to get people to quit using a trust?  well speed is cool but I am sticking with my trust as the whole point for me is to have a way to pass on my firearms all in one collection.... wow one month.... awesome.. Oh I am still waiting ... lol

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Me too buddy, but I'm already salivating at this! Interested in seeing how long it takes to get stamp in hand, or if this is the same as them cashing the check, and then you continue to wait....

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This is to advise you that the status of your eForms submission with the subject Permit/Control number has changed to APPROVED

I know , I was expecting at least 3 months. I did it through a trust but I still can't believe it. I am out of town so I can't log in to see what else they but I will find out tomorrow night when I get home.

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But is this stamp in hand or yes we are cashing and approving now start your wait.... Because it wasn't long for that with the written form for me, still no stamp yet

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The way they are talking over there it's 3 weeks from filing to email notification of approval. I've never done an SBR but I get the impression that once they've gotten the email notification they can go ahead and assemble the SBR.

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They already cashed the check. The status changed from "Processing" to "Approved". We'll see how long it takes to get the stamp. At least I can get the lower engraved and start purchasing the rest of the parts.

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I'm not even building an SBR. I decided to go with a pistol build with the Sig SB-15 brace, it's a whole lot less hassle and I like the way my son's pistol turned out.

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