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Posted: 7/26/2021 2:18:09 PM EDT
Is the state still shutdown for this process ? Read somewhere that they are closed for fingerprinting till middle August, any truth to this ?
[Last Edit: 7/26/2021 2:52:04 PM EDT by ThatGuy01]
Unless it's to issue an AW cert for the SBR, the state has nothing to do with this.
You can file your own SBR/SBS paperwork on eFile with the ATF, roll your own prints, and send it all in. ATF will approve an SBS without an AW cert and SBR with an AW cert.
Order your own fingerprint cards here (takes about a week to get them in):
Order your fingerprint pad here:
File your Form 1 online here:
If you're doing a Form 4 transfer, you can do your own prints too. The ATF/FBI do not care at all.
[Last Edit: 7/26/2021 2:53:59 PM EDT by jgreen2193]
I have my efile ready to be submitted and my prints are done, just need to mail some papers to slfu…
Roll your own prints on the 414c and on the federal cards. Amazon has ink pads.
Not to derail, but when you mail the papers to the state, is it required to get it notarized? I was just going to send the 414c filled out with dps3 and manufacture letter and that’s it. Any feedback would be great, there’s not a whole lot of info on this subject.
[Last Edit: 7/26/2021 3:24:30 PM EDT by User55645]
You don't need to involve the state unless you need an AW cert.
You can roll your own prints and email the CLEO copy to whomever you chose (provided they fulfill the requirement)
For anyone needing an AW cert, call (860) 685-8290 and ask to speak to Deirdre. Her email is [email protected]
ETA: The one time I had to get an AW cert, after the fact (to SBR a preban), I didn't need to notarize the 414C.
since im doing the same, i talked to deirdre today, and mailed my 414c, dps3c and manufacture letter to her at middletown.
caught her as she came in from her lunch.
If youve already submitted prints to the ATF for suppressors do you need to resubmit for an SBR?
[Last Edit: 8/5/2021 8:31:46 AM EDT by ThatGuy01]
Yes. You can apparently submit one set of prints for multiple form 1s if you do them all at the same time (print out all the cover letters and mail them in with the set of print cards), but otherwise it's one set of prints per form 1.
Not like the fingerprints seem to actually matter... I've sent in some heinous fingerprint rolls and everything is approved quickly.
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