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Grayfox54

Why approval takes so long

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Got this in e-mail today. Seems like ATF is trying hard, but swamped and outdated.  The real culprit is the FBI. 

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This is 2019 and all this is stupid. Having people check applications by hand is ridiculous. A computer could check hundreds in the time it takes a human to check a few. Computers have OCR and can read.

A Suppressor or SBR should need nothing more than a background check; same as a firearm.

Letting attorneys get involved and having “Trusts” is ridiculous. When you die the item goes to someone that can pass the same background check you went through; it’s that simple.

But yes, if you screw up your application it gets kicked and you have to address the issue. You then go back to the end of the line. No whining, crying, or thinking life should be fair; do it right the first time.

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It's hard to take anything any of them say seriously. If the new system would have worked in the long term then let it be. The hole process is a 🤬 show. IMO

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I just waited 18 month for 2 stamps.  Ridiculous.  Anything has to be better than what they are doing now. 

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I dealer is starting to see some come back after 3-4 months.

Bill

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