sublevel wrote:I knew if you kept a firearm "over night" it has to be logged, but what if I offered same day turn around (obviously I will have a serial number invoice service log Im going to keep) or just offering ramp polishing service (think Im going to do my SIG P238 this weekend also
sublevel wrote:DO you personally think sending the copies of the zoning law, copies of my background forms, proof of home owner ship, copy of my CHL and info, proof of registered business name and filing for TAX ID and 03 FFL would help speed the process???
OldCannon wrote:Send them what they ask for, nothing more
sublevel wrote:Meeting went well, 4 hours long, learned a lot
They said they had to verify my city zoning (I included the rules and the city inspector said there was no issue)
After that they submit to there supervisor and then to the licensing department
I was told it was possible to have it in 2 weeks
Does that seem correct?
sublevel wrote:How long have you had your FFL?
Has business been good? (I am going to push mine like crazy)
Are most people comfortable dealing with a home FFL that works a real job?
My biggest hang up I think is working mon-thur 1pm-1am and off fri-sun with the wife trying to handle stuff during the week
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