Posted: 5/19/2002 4:10:23 AM EDT
I was told by the ATF that I need both a Type 01 and 07 to deal and manufacture firearms. I was under the impression that a type 07 could do anything a type 01 could, plus manufacture. Does anyone have any insight to this?
Thanks for the reply, I already had looked at the ATF site. There is still some unanswered questions though.
If you have a Type 07, does that mean you can only deal in the types of firearms you manufacture?
Example I am manufacturing AR-15 style weapons does that mean I cannot deal in Heckler & Koch firearms?
I was under the impression to deal in all types, those not associated with your manufacturing type you would also need a Type 01 FFL.
Any additional input would be helpful.
If I recall, "07" can do "01" activities. "07" allows you manufacture NON-NFA stuff, but you would need a "SOT" (02) to manufacture NFA, and this would allow you to do (03) activities.
01 FFL- regular firearm sale
07 FFL- manufacture ammo and regular firearm,
02 SOT- manufacture NFA and sell NFA
03 SOT- sell NFA (class 3 dealer)
Type 01 - dealer
Type 02 - dealer (pawnbroker)
Type 03 - C&R collector
Type 06 - mfg of ammo
Type 07 - mfg (includes 01 and 06 privs)
Type 10 - mfg of destructive devices (includes 01, 07 privs)
Class 1 SOT - importer of NFA firearms (includes C3 privs)
Class 2 SOT - mfg of NFA firearms (includes C3 privs)
Class 3 SOT - dealer in NFA firearms
There are more license types than I've listed, but those are the most common
An 07 or 10 FFL can have a C1, C2 or C3 SOT
An 01 or 02 FFL can have a C3 SOT
An 03 FFL (C&R) cannot get a SOT