- Apr 18, 2008
- in VA waiting on the fuse to be lit
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Yup, but he said "In MA" in his post, which negates the "I'm not a subject of the DPRM" defense in the court of NES posting accuracy.I don't think you are wrong - I think the other poster is not in MA
Yup, but he said "In MA" in his post, which negates the "I'm not a subject of the DPRM" defense in the court of NES posting accuracy.
So let's see if I have this right (and I have some questions)
1.) Dealer to Dealer Transfer (why would one dealer send it to the other when no $ has changed hands)?
2.) Pay for the firearm
3.) Fill out form 4
4.) Pick up
What happens if the CLEO will not sign off on the form, it gets rejected by the ATF, etc...Then I'm out the $2500 for the rifle?
...Also remember that if you purchase from a private party out-of-state there will most likely be 2 Form 4's to pay for (seller to transfer to their sot ($200), their sot to your sot (no $$?? one-eyed jack can answer this one), and your sot to transfer to you ($200)...
Minor correction, an out of state private party sale will indeed involve 2 transfer taxes, but does not need to involve two dealers (though you can if you want to add extra wait to your aquision). Your instate dealer can simply transfer in the NFA device direct from the out of state private party seller (w/ a $200 form 4 transfer) then your instate dealer transfers it to you (another $200)...