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  1. #61
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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    I never updated from years ago. I got the APD to sign mine. Never got the damn silencer though because ECGS went out of business and I never went elsewhere becuase expenses came up, yada yada.

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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    I know this is a old post but I was hoping someone had some getting somebody to sign off the nfa forms I was planing to buy a gun it dont seem to be worth it though appreciate any tips or solutions on this subject

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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    I have not seen or heard of any changes to the current sheriff's attitude about signing off on NFA paperwork. My suggestion is to consider going with a Trust or LCC and there are links in previous posts on this thread that should point you in the right direction if you do go that route. Poster above mentioned he was able to get the APD to sign off on his paperwork. Shoot him a PM and see what he can do to point you the right way. That would be my first suggestion before going with the other options.Good luck!
    Last edited by GLHX2112; November 22nd, 2013 at 01:04 PM.
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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    I would still try him. If he says no make sure you voice your displeasure.
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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    Quote Originally Posted by GLHX2112 View Post
    I have not seen or heard of any changes to the current sheriff's attitude about signing off on NFA paperwork. My suggestion is to consider going with a Trust or LCC and there are links in previous posts on this thread that should point you in the right direction if you do go that route. Poster above mentioned he was able to get the APD to sign off on his paperwork. Shoot him a PM and see what he can do to point you the right way. That would be my first suggestion before going with the other options.Good luck!
    That route has been strip-mined by the overzealous selling of NFA trusts. ATF noticed that 12,000 Forms per year were now going to trusts, corps, and LLCs (but mostly trusts), and that they no longer really knew who had possession of the registered firearms.

    They're in the process of forcing trusts to get CLEO signatures for all of the major participants. Meaning that if your CLEO won't sign for you, then he's not going to sign for you as a trustee, either.

    It's what happens when short-sighted folks do bad things because current law allows it; the law gets changed for everybody. It's why most bad laws get passed, because somebody found some new bit of douchebaggery to try, that hadn't really been a problem before. Like cybersquatting, Internet stalking, computer sales calls, etc.

    I fully expect that in the next 50 years we'll need laws against things like "using the image of a coworker's face in a virtual sex game" and "replicating the DNA of a famous person for immoral purposes".
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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    With the proposed changes to Trusts and CLEO sign off, I am now at a loss as to what to do next year if the new law(s) go into effect, which it looks like they will. No more NFA toys for those of us living in Altoona. Fraking pathetic. Unless somebody is now signing off.
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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    Quote Originally Posted by GLHX2112 View Post
    With the proposed changes to Trusts and CLEO sign off, I am now at a loss as to what to do next year if the new law(s) go into effect, which it looks like they will. No more NFA toys for those of us living in Altoona. Fraking pathetic. Unless somebody is now signing off.

    Chief Freehling will sign off on it, she signed mine back in November.

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    Default Re: New Blair County Sheriff: NFA friendly?

    Wow, thanks for the update concerning Chief Freehling signing paperwork. That is pretty good news.
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