Category Archives: 41P

The complete guide to the new Form 4

You swore that you would not be buying any more NFA items after 41F went into effect. But now they have that great new suppressor down at the gun store and you have been hearing people talk about how the … Continue reading

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The complete guide to the new Form 1

It’s time to submit a new Form 1 but July 13th has come and gone, 41F is fully in effect, and eForms, despite its tendency to crash every 15 minutes, is now nothing more than a cherished but fading memory. … Continue reading

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Reducing your trust’s ‘responsible persons’ after 41F

“What can I do to my trust to reduce the number of people who need to be fingerprinted and photographed?” Now that 41F is actually in effect, I am getting dozens of emails with some version of this question. The good … Continue reading

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Who is a ‘responsible person’ under 41F?

“Just who are these ‘responsible persons’ the ATF keeps talking about?” This is the key question that NFA Trust attorneys have been talking about since the final version of 41F was released earlier this year. After all, we need to … Continue reading

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The industry is moving quickly to minimize the impact of 41F

The only thing more powerful than a giant bureaucracy is the inventiveness of free enterprise. Therefore, it is no surprise that the firearms industry is already hard at work minimizing the impacts of 41F on the use of NFA trusts. … Continue reading

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Filing last minute paper Form 1’s

We have finally arrived at the final day to submit Form 1 and Form 4 applications and have them processed under the pre-41F rules. As anticipated and feared, the eForms system has been flaky and unavailable for the last several … Continue reading

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The ATF has finally posted updated guidance on 41F

We have been waiting for final guidance and approved forms from the ATF on the 41F implementation for some time and they have finally posted an update on their website which includes links to the new forms. Much of what they … Continue reading

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Understanding 41P / 41F

The other shoe has finally dropped … As many have been predicting since the action date was moved to January last month, yesterday the Attorney General signed a final version of 41P (now known as 41F). The final rule, which … Continue reading

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What’s going on with 41p now?

UPDATE:  The final rule has been released ————————————————— Since the comment period for 41p ended on December 9th, 2013, we have been waiting to see how the ATF would respond to the record breaking number of comments they received, which … Continue reading

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The ATF has pushed the date for 41P back yet again

Not a single day goes by without someone asking me about ‘ATF banning the use of trusts.‘ I long ago started translating those words in my mind to ‘Please explain the details of 41p and regulatory rulemaking to me.‘ So … Continue reading

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