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"How to Get An FFL" Webinar - Tuesday 3/23 - 6:30-8:30 PM - $40

EddieCoyle

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I've scheduled another online "webinar" version of the "How to Get an FFL" class for Tuesday March 23, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.
The tuition is $40.

Click here to sign up: How To Get An FFL - MassGunOwnership.com

This online class explains the benefits of getting an FFL, outlines the licensing process, and acts as a step-by-step guide to getting the necessary federal, state, and local licenses, permits, and other items you will need if you wish to do business selling and/or manufacturing firearms in Massachusetts.

Handout material will be downloadable from our resource page, which also contains all relevant FFL material assembled in electronic form.
I'm going to conduct the class using Zoom Webinar, so there will be a provision to ask questions as we go.

While this class will be useful for anyone wishing to obtain an FFL, much of it will focus on the requirements for doing business in Massachusetts.

If you can't make this date, you can PM me to be notified about future classes. If you sign up and can't join live, the Webinar will be viewable online for 30 days afterward.


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signed up. I'll watch the webinar after the fact.

I won't be on live to ask questions but if you might mention some specifics in obtaining an 07 in Mass I'd appreciate it. (I'm 2 hours from the mill so that's out of the question.) I have a potential location, in industrial zoning, but retail requires a Special Permit from the town/city (might get some push back on that because of neighboring establishments). Since this is a manufacturers license, how much of an issue is the retail end of this (I do plan on retail + manufacturing)? Also, if you might cover some specifics on renting space and security requirements (obviously its recommended to lock your sh!t up) from the state level. I know the mill is set up to share some tooling which would be similar in my situation, but with a metal fab business, not another FFL.

Thanks for putting this on.
 

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I very highly recommend this class for anyone stumbling across this tread that is thinking of getting their FFL. Great information and presentation, as well as support material
 
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