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Just wanted to chime in on my form 1 wait. I (foolishly) submitted my form 1 for my Scorpion immediately following the rush last year due to the law change in July. It was a paper form, not an e-file. I went over a year wait at the first of the month, and am still here twiddling my thumbs. Curiosity got the best of me, so I called about a week ago and was told it was still pending!! :wall:

I'm really hoping it wont be too much longer....

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I've been saying "any day now" for a few weeks as I impatiently wait.


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I filed a marlin 357 E form 1 the beginning of July and was approved April :)  

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My silencer finally got out of ATF jail today after 380 days!:cheers:

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The staff at Royal Range were helpful in making the process as of dealing the ATF as painless as possible.  The only thing they couldn't help with, was patience.

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My form 1 from March 6 came in yesterday, while my buddy is still waiting on his from last October.  Not sure he screwed something up or if  I just got lucky. 

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