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Posted: 1/17/2015 10:26:02 AM EST
Hey Guys,

What is the consensus about trust vs LE signoff for NFA items? I live in Lewis and Clark County.

I have done the trust thing before, when I lived in NC. Just wondering what would be the least painful route.

Thanks!

billpete
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 11:12:19 AM EST
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 11:26:04 AM EST
Leo is very good to work with. Just go in, dial the number for the sheriffs admin., she comes out, hand her your forms, she'll ask for your number, she calls and you go back and pick them up. Most of the time they turn them around within a day. It all depends on how busy Leo is. Oh, and having a cwp helps as the admin lady does not have to run a background check on you.

When I moved back here Cheryl was he CLEO. I needed a signature and I was invited back into her office for a visit. I thought to myself, 'here we go'. But, I was pleasantly surprised to find she was very supportive. We just shot the shit for a while and hen she signed the forms. I think she just wanted to make sure I wasn't a wingnut. After that, I was never invited back to talk. Just drop them off and her assistant would take care of the rest.

The fingerprinting has move out of the DOJ building and is now across the street from the Overland Express/Naughty Latte. They charge five bucks.

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The older I get, the less likely this seems.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 12:51:36 PM EST
Ahhhh the Naughty Latte. I'll have a DD white chocolate please
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The older I get, the less likely this seems.
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The older I get, the less likely this seems.


Why?
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Originally Posted By sunnybean:
Leo is very good to work with. Just go in, dial the number for the sheriffs admin., she comes out, hand her your forms, she'll ask for your number, she calls and you go back and pick them up. Most of the time they turn them around within a day. It all depends on how busy Leo is. Oh, and having a cwp helps as the admin lady does not have to run a background check on you.

When I moved back here Cheryl was he CLEO. I needed a signature and I was invited back into her office for a visit. I thought to myself, 'here we go'. But, I was pleasantly surprised to find she was very supportive. We just shot the shit for a while and hen she signed the forms. I think she just wanted to make sure I wasn't a wingnut. After that, I was never invited back to talk. Just drop them off and her assistant would take care of the rest.

The fingerprinting has move out of the DOJ building and is now across the street from the Overland Express/Naughty Latte. They charge five bucks.

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Nice! The same lady that does the CWP, right?

Too easy, guess I will get hopping.
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Nice! The same lady that does the CWP, right?

Too easy, guess I will get hopping.
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Originally Posted By sunnybean:
Leo is very good to work with. Just go in, dial the number for the sheriffs admin., she comes out, hand her your forms, she'll ask for your number, she calls and you go back and pick them up. Most of the time they turn them around within a day. It all depends on how busy Leo is. Oh, and having a cwp helps as the admin lady does not have to run a background check on you.

When I moved back here Cheryl was he CLEO. I needed a signature and I was invited back into her office for a visit. I thought to myself, 'here we go'. But, I was pleasantly surprised to find she was very supportive. We just shot the shit for a while and hen she signed the forms. I think she just wanted to make sure I wasn't a wingnut. After that, I was never invited back to talk. Just drop them off and her assistant would take care of the rest.

The fingerprinting has move out of the DOJ building and is now across the street from the Overland Express/Naughty Latte. They charge five bucks.



Nice! The same lady that does the CWP, right?

Too easy, guess I will get hopping.


No. When you walk in (before the CWP office) there is a walk up window. Next to the window is a phone to ring the internal offices in the building. You will see a list of offices/people next to the phone. You just dial the four digit extension for the Sheriffs administration office and the assistant will come out the door that is just past the CWP office. She will let you know where to pick it up. That seems to be changing. For the longest time you were to pick them up at the walk up window. Lately I have been told to pick up at the CWP office. I'd be sure to ask if she doesn't tell you.

Honestly, the L&C Sheriff's office has made it so easy and polite that I've never even looked into a trust. The real benefit I can see from a trust is that now you have the ability to e-file. The electronic submissions seem to have much shorter approval times.
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