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Just made my first NFA purchases, pretty excited, kicking myself for waiting so long, but such is life.  I went through Tactical Investments here in Collierville, he had just gotten the Silencershop Kiosk and it really made it easy.  I was the first to use it, wahoo!  The SilencerCo deal of $200 rebate until 06/30 is well worth it, as you will more than likely need a number of accessories for your can if you are a rookie like me.  When I registered the Omega they even gave you the option of getting another muzzle break in addition to the one that comes with it, along with a hat or pouch, and hat or pouch for the Harvester too.

Here are my purchases:

SilencerCo Omega

SilencerCo Harvester

Dead Air Mask

The wait begins now, sounds like the dump from last summer is finally clearing, maybe I'll get them by Christmas????  Here's hoping..........

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Hope so! It wouldn't surprise me if you get it by Christmas. Was in a store picking up my sandman L last week and they mentioned the ATF is still getting 5,000 approvals sent a month....not sure how true that is, but it certainly will get approved faster than anyone who submitted in 2016. 

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We are probably going to see a nice drop in processing times in the next few months.  I would imagine that most of the huge flood applications that came in just before 41F went into effect have been processed.  With the increased staff and a normal amount of applications, the processing time should drop.......hopefully.

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I'm beginning my 11th month since my check was cashed.  Hopefully only a few more weeks to wait.

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On 6/26/2017 at 8:45 AM, Reservoir Dog said:

We are probably going to see a nice drop in processing times in the next few months.  I would imagine that most of the huge flood applications that came in just before 41F went into effect have been processed.  With the increased staff and a normal amount of applications, the processing time should drop.......hopefully.

I e-filed the on the last day, July 11th 2016, and got one of three back last week.  So yes, it appears they are nearing the end of 41F rush quiet literally.

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On ‎6‎/‎26‎/‎2017 at 5:02 PM, tnhawk said:

I'm beginning my 11th month since my check was cashed.  Hopefully only a few more weeks to wait.

My ATF Form 4 was approved in 366 days and received by the dealer in 380 days.

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On 9/10/2017 at 1:32 AM, tnhawk said:

My ATF Form 4 was approved in 366 days and received by the dealer in 380 days.

Congrats sir! My first check cash date was 1/09/17. I did pretty good about not thinking about it up until the last few weeks. It's best to stay away from sites like NFA Tracker for sure Imho.

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That's the best way to deal with the ATF process.  File, pay and forget about it until time to pick it up.

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My Cartel starter kit finally arrived!
Check cashed 1/9/17
Approved 11/15/17.bdb0192f2636b556bb70de75daf027a3.jpg

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Can keep up with transfer times at www.NFAtracker.com
 
O yeah, I am very familiar with NFAtracker, Ar15.com , Reddit and Capital Armory . LOL
I do pretty good until month 11 rolls around then I start getting antsy.

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