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NFA Tax process – update

Or, rather, not so much. In an update to turning El Nino into a short barreled rifle, I’ve made no progress on getting fingerprinted. Seems that Knox County only does fingerprinting at inconvenient times and at an inconvenient location. I haven’t made it there yet. It’s like they make it hard to buy guns or something.

5 Responses to “NFA Tax process – update”

  1. Jim W Says:

    Dude, go the trust route. Fingerprinting is an unnecessary hassle. Trust is easy and fast.

  2. Tam Says:

    Go to Oak Ridge. Call ahead for an appointment; they do it Tues & Thurs, I think. In & out at the OR cop shop in ten minutes.

    Also, rumor has it that the ATF is starting to scrutinize the trust loophole.

  3. ParatrooperJJ Says:

    Trust or LLC is the way to go. Depends if your state charges a yearly fee for LLCs or just a one time fee.

  4. Bitstream Says:

    The trust route is NOT a loophole. From the instructions on a Form 4:

    d. Person. The term “person” means a partnership, company, association,
    trust, estate, or corporation, as well as a natural person.

  5. straightarrow Says:

    I’ll bet all those felons will be glad to hear if they are caught at an “inconvenient” time, that they won’t be fingerprinted.