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    Default dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    2nd freaking time I have done this. I got my paperwork filled out and signed for an SBR, fingerprints etc. Got so damn busy with work I totally forgot about them. The day I remembered was 3 months to the day I got everything done.

    Someone told me any paperwork & fingerprints that is more than 3 months old will be automatically rejected by ATF?

    Just wanted to confirm if this is the case or if I should still send them in.


    dammit, dammit, dammit I REALLY need to simplify my life some!

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    Considering there have been wait times in excess of 3 months frequently I would make a SWAG that you are fine.
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    Letting the elderly neighbors sleep in until morning: Priceless.

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    1 Year for SIgn off/FP's

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    photo has to be within the last 6 months.
    Last edited by Stooperzero; August 19th, 2010 at 08:08 PM.

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    You should call and speak to a supervisor, thay is way out of line

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stooperzero View Post
    1 Year for SIgn off/FP's

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    photo has to be within the last 6 months.
    Cool, thanks. Going to get them out before they get buried under some paperwork for another 3 months. Everything is 3 months old almost to the day.

    Quote Originally Posted by forceinPA View Post
    You should call and speak to a supervisor, thay is way out of line
    HUH? I haven't spoken to anyone at ATF

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    Quote Originally Posted by dc dalton View Post
    Cool, thanks. Going to get them out before they get buried under some paperwork for another 3 months. Everything is 3 months old almost to the day.
    Do it
    do it
    do it

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stooperzero View Post
    1 Year for SIgn off/FP's

    ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    photo has to be within the last 6 months.
    Just for those of us who like to have citations for info... could you please post a link to a website with that info?

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    Oh man, just to think you could have had it approved by now must be killing you!

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    Quote Originally Posted by bac0nfat View Post
    Oh man, just to think you could have had it approved by now must be killing you!
    Well yes and no. The Krink hasn't even been out of the closet except for one time at the picnic.

    I have just been that stinking busy! I can't begin to tell you how many times a week I will say "Oh SHIT, I forgot to do x, y & z" .... I seriously need a clone of myself or something.

    I mean it's great being busy with work in such a bad economy but sometimes it gets overwhelming.

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    Default Re: dammit, I did it again - paperwork too old?

    Quote Originally Posted by dc dalton View Post
    I mean it's great being busy with work in such a bad economy but sometimes it gets overwhelming.
    Sometimes you need to stop and smell the roses even if you're up to your ass in weeds.
    Last edited by DonM55; August 20th, 2010 at 01:25 PM.

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