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Posted: 11/21/2012 5:54:20 PM EDT
Just curious...I know that when an ffl goes out of business or retires they turn in their files.  Does the same hold true for a licensed gunsmith who does repairs.  I know they enter your firearm into a book but I wonder if they ever have to turn that info in?  I know, I know tinfoil. Actually what made me think of it is that I'm thinking about getting my C&R and one of my buddies said  the paper work is kind of a hassle
If you let the C&R lapse does your bound book  have to be sent in?

ERic
Link Posted: 11/21/2012 6:59:33 PM EDT
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Just curious...I know that when an ffl goes out of business or retires they turn in their files.  Does the same hold true for a licensed gunsmith who does repairs.  I know they enter your firearm into a book but I wonder if they ever have to turn that info in?  I know, I know tinfoil.

ERic


Yes, they must have an FFL in order to work as a gunsmith. When they go out of business, they have to surrender their bound books to the BATFE.
Link Posted: 11/21/2012 7:21:04 PM EDT
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Thanks.  

ERic
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