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Category Archives: Manufacturing
I received a call from a client last week asking this question. He wanted to start a business manufacturing cast bullets which he would then sell online and at flea markets. He was hoping that, because he was only dealing … Continue reading
A client recently asked this question. He specifically wanted to know if the rules differ when the customer is in a different state than the manufacturer or gunsmith. Given the myriad laws and regulations which govern both the transfer and shipment … Continue reading
I was recently contacted by a firearms enthusiast who is also the owner of a machine shop. He wanted to know if he could host an event where he opened his shop to a group of fellow shooters so that … Continue reading
I recently received a call from a client who had received his approved Form 1 for a self-manufactured suppressor. The Form 1 application had been submitted pre-41F via eForms. In reviewing the approved form in preparation for having his tube … Continue reading
In my last post I answered the question of whether or not an FFL is required if one is only manufacturing and selling AR-15 uppers. Almost immediately I was asked a follow-up question about whether or not a person who … Continue reading
I was recently asked whether an FFL is required to manufacture and sell AR-15 uppers. The answer is ‘no‘ but I want to caution readers that this would not necessarily be the case if the upper in question was for a … Continue reading
This is one of those questions that gets asked over and over again and I should have written about it long before now. But today I correct that omission. Let’s walk through this in 10 easy steps. 1) When you build an … Continue reading
I received a call last week from a client who was planning to SBR a swiss pistol and wanted to know whether the US-made parts requirement of 922(r) would apply. His concern is understandable since this is yet another area where … Continue reading
Update: For the latest news on the stabilizing brace issue, see my March 21, 2017 update. … Over the last week I have had a flood of emails from clients wanting to know what I think about the ATF’s seemingly ever-changing … Continue reading
Last week I received a call from an FFL client who was concerned about a conversation he had with an ATF agent during a routine audit. My client holds a manufacturing FFL but has never actually engaged in manufacturing since … Continue reading