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Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by watsoncb, Oct 22, 2012.
My paperwork finally arrived.... Now to get to the range.
I checked the nfa calculator and it showed a 4% chance of getting my paperwork today. Up from 2% last week.
Congrats. The last 3 months have flown by!
It took about 8 months for my paperwork to be processed.
I wonder if the approval time varies from state to state. I track my form 4 approvals and they all took almost exactly 90 days each. This was a couple years ago, but plenty of people then were saying 6-9 months or more.
Maybe I should try it again to see if it is still the same for me!
Wouldn't mind a nice Osprey .45 that I can use subcaliber!
Hard to know. This was not my first suppressor. This application took about the same amount of time as the last. I understand that each application stands on its own without looking at past applications.
The time might be due for any number of reasons. One could be the analyst for my area has a large workload.