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 July 2017 - Just did an SBR E-File Form 1! 
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Well, sort of.
Seems that the Feds can't update the software on their 1920's vintage Commodore PC servers, so Silencer Shop did it for them.
10 minutes at a local Silencer Shop kiosk (one time) and 10 minutes on the internet at home, and I have a new SBR stamp on the way.
Your form data, photo, & fingerprints are digitally uploaded and digitally signed, and then Silencer Shop prints & mails the Form 1 to the ATF & also notifies your local LE (stupid 41F).

You never touch a piece of paper. Or spend hours driving around getting fingerprinted & passport photos.

We'll see how long it takes for approval.

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/06/21/atf-form-1-silencer-shop/

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Mon Jul 03, 2017 3:58 pm
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Nice. So what's the cost for this?

Besides the usual $200 to the ATF, it looks like Silencer Shop charges $34.95. Is that the final bill? Or do you pay something additional to the local FFL with the kiosk?

I just went through the process of getting prints and photos. Yeah, pain in the ass and it cost me $30 just for the prints, since my other choice was driving to downtown Seattle, paying for parking, fighting traffic and getting the King County Sheriff's office to do them for "free."

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Mon Jul 03, 2017 4:05 pm
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Yep, grand total was $239.95.
200 - stamp
5 - Silencer Shop stamp fee
34.95 - Form 1 submittal fee

Set up my account & did my prints at Pantel's kiosk. They just said thanks & asked if I'd had any problems getting my info into the system.

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That sounds like a good approach. thumbsup

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The kiosk at Rehv Arms is good to go also thumbsup


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Hopefully the wait times drop dramatically now

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That's my plan, Silencer Shop claims that 90% of the truckload of apps they sent in June 2016 has been approved, so they believe times should drop quickly.

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Soldier_Citizen wrote:
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This!

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Isildur wrote:
Well, sort of.
Seems that the Feds can't update the software on their 1920's vintage Commodore PC servers, so Silencer Shop did it for them.
10 minutes at a local Silencer Shop kiosk (one time) and 10 minutes on the internet at home, and I have a new SBR stamp on the way.
Your form data, photo, & fingerprints are digitally uploaded and digitally signed, and then Silencer Shop prints & mails the Form 1 to the ATF & also notifies your local LE (stupid 41F).

You never touch a piece of paper. Or spend hours driving around getting fingerprinted & passport photos.

We'll see how long it takes for approval.

http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/06/21/atf-form-1-silencer-shop/


What gun store has this kiosk?


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See the posts above . . . Rehv Arms in Covington and Pantel Tactical in Renton have them. Probably others too, but I don't know who they are.

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MadPick wrote:
See the posts above . . . Rehv Arms in Covington and Pantel Tactical in Renton have them. Probably others too, but I don't know who they are.


I'm assuming this kiosk will do form 4s also? Is it as easy as it sounds like doing sbr. I hope so,I'll be home in a week and I'm going to have to go there and check it out.


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https://modernrifleman.net/2016/09/08/buying-a-suppressor-with-silencer-shops-sid-kiosks/

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Thanks for the info,I finally got it to download,being out here on the boat my internet sometimes is really slow,took forever. Can't wait to get home and maybe get my 1st suppressor going.


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For those in the south end, Easy County Guns in Elma has one as well.

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Mon Jul 17, 2017 8:31 pm
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Powderman wrote:
For those in the south end, Easy County Guns in Elma has one as well.


I can confirm this,I've been emailing with Andy since I 1st saw this post. I'll be going to see him Saturday,I get home Friday night at 1100pm,good thing he's only about 10 miles from me. :thumbsup2: I don't know if I'll do anything as far as the suppressor,since he's having his green beret day,I don't want to take away from that.


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