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  • Fear21

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    Day 10 of my first NFA item. eForm 1. I saw on another forum a guy had his SBR stamp back in 6 days.
     

    Snake-Eyes

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    Filed my eform 1 a week ago. Two weeks ago I sent my ruger E9 to tornado technologies to have the barrel extended and threaded. Has anybody else used tornado?

    Not to derail the thread, but I’ve got no complaints about my experiences with Tornado Technologies. It’s been a few years, though, from before they overhauled the website.
     

    kirbwrx

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    Just got my first stamp today for a SBR. So I need to print it out and keep it somewhere safe now right?
     

    Little Jack's Guns

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    The actual (physical) stamp was the important piece. As long as you don't delete all your copies of the eform you can always print up another one. Hard copy with the sbr isn't a bag idea but I've got mine in my email that I can get to via my phone that's always with me.
     
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