sublevel wrote:#1 does anyone see a problem with this set up or have suggestions?
sublevel wrote:#2 will just having part time hours set on the form for the weekend hurt my chances?
sublevel wrote:#3 will having such a young child hurts my chances (all gun saftey is followed!)
sublevel wrote:#4 my goal is to be able to do transfers, work on guns for friends of friends, and sell parts through various accounts
sublevel wrote:#5 do you NEED to be a LLC for this?
sublevel wrote:#6 can I add other people to the FFL as needed (such as wife or my father?)
sublevel wrote:06 FFL - guessing that is needed if I intend to reload and sell ammo?
sublevel wrote:Thanks in advance
sublevel wrote:You mentioned UPPERS... now when I built/had built my AR-15 at a gun show... I picked a lower, had some stuff changed, same with an upper... BUT! I had to place the UPPER AND LOWER togather, they WOULD NOT DO IT
apostate wrote:sublevel wrote:You mentioned UPPERS... now when I built/had built my AR-15 at a gun show... I picked a lower, had some stuff changed, same with an upper... BUT! I had to place the UPPER AND LOWER togather, they WOULD NOT DO IT
If you become a dealer, make certain you understand what activities might trigger the FAET.
sublevel wrote:Thank you for your fast reply, I noticed your helpfulness on others questions, thanks
sublevel wrote:back to others handeling 4473 part, my normal day job hours are mon-thur 1p-1am im normally of fri-sun (I like to have 1 day off really) the wife works wed, late friday, all day saturday and sunday afternoon... my father take care of my mom full time until see passes (bad cancer, getting worse) and Id like the option of being flexible to FFL transfers and give my dad something to do after my mom passes (hes ex 22yrs airforce and clean record)
so could they in turn handle the business if needed while Im at work? or do they need to be listed on the application (they can all legally buy firearms)
sublevel wrote:Now as far as ammo goes, Im far from public resale, I just dumped tons of money in equipment (Hornady LNL and LEE challanger breech lock, with Hornady setups for 15 calibers -5.7x28mm 50ae and 500sw were costing too much to play) but, in all legal wise, I have been asked to develope loads for caliber I don't have, and thought about a waiver of libality form...
sublevel wrote:The gun smoth portion: I have no clue how many ak and saiga questions I have answered, along with glock and ruger 10/22 custom stuff, and vaious stuff that needed to be replaced
sublevel wrote:So can I still order in lowers and uppers, process the lower sell them the upper and "gun smith" fit it IF they request help? (I know the 07 FFL would take that worry out)
sublevel wrote:My debit card was charged on march 23, called ATF April 5th they said VA had my application march 27 and it would be 60-90 days after that before I know anything
I thought they only had 60 days?
sublevel wrote:well Im hoping that with all the extra stuff I sent and already having my 03 FFL and Texas CHL that it might be just as quick
all I am doing now is getting my house in order, web site design started, and putting the word out things are in motion
sublevel wrote:the reloading ammo idea for profit went out the door when I found out that you got to pay all the taxas on it plus the additional insurance...
too think I dumped a ton of money into my steup (hornady LNL progressive, like 11 different shell plates including 5.7 custom, hornady matching dies, measures, etc - which might just go up for sale since I have a single stage also) before I got the wording from the ATF agent... basically the 06 fee, 11% taxes on sales, and close to 2500.00 for ITAR (??) I think it was, plus the 1,000,000.00+ insurance incase there ever was an accident... I am curious how several people get away with selling reloads at shows or even online (if what I have been told is correct)
sublevel wrote:Also I didn't get the 07 FFL do too money, parents needed help (dad makes jack on retired military pay and moms dying of cancer ((terminal)) and Ive been helping them live, so business funds almost went out the door, but Im (trying) selling a few guns and things to cover that
sublevel wrote:to work on or clean guns legally for others do you need to have an 01 FFL??? (obviously have not looked into yet)
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