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3/20/2017 5:03:23 PM
Posted: 6/16/2002 7:34:05 PM EDT
Im considering a move to MO and wanted some info on missiouri NFA. I think I know the basics: 1) You need C & R license to own transerable NFA 2) No suppressors or DD's right? My questions are 1) is this C & R license a federal form 7 type FFL? I dont have any plans on running a storefront gun business. Can I still get that C & R 2) What are peoples expierences with getting the CLEO sign off's after you get the C & R? I'm looking at Jackson County (Kansas City) thanks
Link Posted: 6/16/2002 7:47:08 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 6/16/2002 9:03:18 PM EDT by medcop]
1) You need C & R license to own transerable NFA
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[red]Yes, you need some type of FFL. A C&R works just fine for this.[/red]
2) No suppressors or DD's right?
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[red]I know we can't have suppressors. I thought we could have DD's...anyone have more info on this?[/red]
1) is this C & R license a federal form 7 type FFL? I dont have any plans on running a storefront gun business. Can I still get that C & R
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[red]The C&R is a collectors license for basically old type guns on the ATF C&R list. It is NOT a business license. You can NOT run a business with it. Missouri just requires you to have some type of FFL to get a NFA item. The C&R is the cheap and easy way to go. You are NOT limited to C&R NFA items. You can still purchase a transerable MG[/red]
2) What are peoples expierences with getting the CLEO sign off's after you get the C & R? I'm looking at Jackson County (Kansas City)
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[red]I have no idea about Jackson County. I know that I got mine signed in Boone County.[/red] medcop
Link Posted: 6/16/2002 9:48:22 PM EDT
C&R license (Type 03 FFL) is not a retail license, and has its own special application - Form 7CR
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