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FFL Question for y'all

1722 Views 5 Replies 6 Participants Last post by  johnwill
Just a general question for y'all. Has it been your experience, in getting parts that require an FFL to ship or acquiring guns out of state that require an FFL to ship, that it is easier to obtain an FFL and handle it yourself rather than going through a dealer? It just seems that it might be easier to get an FFL and handle it yourself. Opinions? Are the requirements for an FFL hard to achieve?

Sorry for the ignorance but just thought I would start here and ask. Love the site...thanks
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I wouldn't consider a FFL in todays environment. The worries over missing a "dotted i or crossed t" (the least omission can be a Federal FELONY) is NOT worth it. That goes for a C&R license also.
Pick a favorite gun shop that will handle shipments for you, pay them their nominal fee, and let them worry about the legalities of the record keeping. IMHO of course!

[This message has been edited by Dogwhisperer5 (edited 10-17-2001).]
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