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June 05, 2012, 08:51:21 PM
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A couple weeks ago I spent the weekend with the CEO of AuctionArms (now called GunAuction.com).  Stayed up late talking about bitcoins. 

Talked to him yesterday and he told me he has been mining and has accumulated a coin or two.  I asked him to make sure when he gets his FFL in a few months to be sure to accept btc, and to integrate btc into his website, and to allow btc payments for NRA memberships. He is open to the idea...we shall see.

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June 05, 2012, 09:03:38 PM
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A couple weeks ago I spent the weekend with the CEO of AuctionArms (now called GunAuction.com).  Stayed up late talking about bitcoins. 

Talked to him yesterday and he told me he has been mining and has accumulated a coin or two.  I asked him to make sure when he gets his FFL in a few months to be sure to accept btc, and to integrate btc into his website, and to allow btc payments for NRA memberships. He is open to the idea...we shall see.


NICE. I'm excited.
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June 05, 2012, 11:27:18 PM
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I have a quantity of 308 available for sale, PM what quantities you are interested in.

did you mean 380?
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June 06, 2012, 02:11:42 PM
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Does anyone have a home FFL/Class 3 license? I am thinking about applying for it using the kit from http://www.ffl123.com/

Anyone have experience with this company?
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June 06, 2012, 02:25:09 PM
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Does anyone have a home FFL/Class 3 license? I am thinking about applying for it using the kit from http://www.ffl123.com/

Anyone have experience with this company?
I don't have one, but I'm also thinking about it. Could you let us know what you think of the kit if you get it?

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June 06, 2012, 02:36:59 PM
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Does anyone have a home FFL/Class 3 license? I am thinking about applying for it using the kit from http://www.ffl123.com/

Anyone have experience with this company?
I don't have one, but I'm also thinking about it. Could you let us know what you think of the kit if you get it?

I'm going to reach out the Brandon (site owner) and ask him exactly what its all about. I know there is a face-to-face meeting with the ATF, which makes me a little nervous. I'm just a normal guy that wants to get FFL and/or class 3 for personal use.

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Adam -

MASS is near impossible.  Do you have access to a "commercial" location in MA ?

I would stay in FL Smiley

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June 06, 2012, 03:00:55 PM
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MA has a law that no FFL can have same address as a residence...  I have helped customers create a new address, like 217 1/2 Main Str, etc.  They just make it harder at state level

stupid effing mass laws.
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June 06, 2012, 03:08:08 PM
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So I'm thinking of trying out CFE223 powder instead of H4895 for .308 winchester, thru a M1A.

Anyone have good success with cfe223?  I'm a little worried it will overpressure the op rod..
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June 06, 2012, 03:10:43 PM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.

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June 06, 2012, 03:12:54 PM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.

yeah, I'm starting to think that might be a better option.
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June 06, 2012, 04:53:08 PM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.
What's wrong with random house checks? Due to my job I have them on the regular (regular as can be), never a problem and I have some ridiculous things laying around.

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June 06, 2012, 04:55:42 PM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.
What's wrong with random house checks? Due to my job I have them on the regular (regular as can be), never a problem and I have some ridiculous things laying around.

I'd rather keep my freedom and pay a bit more for some guns.
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June 06, 2012, 05:05:38 PM
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What's wrong with random house checks? Due to my job I have them on the regular (regular as can be), never a problem and I have some ridiculous things laying around.

What's right with random inspections from the fed?

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June 06, 2012, 05:20:35 PM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.

Liduidxd summed it up nicely.  Traffic cops, IRS, and the ATF are the only organizations I fear, and I try and do everything right.  No need to invite them into your home!


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June 07, 2012, 12:36:00 AM
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looking to buy in bulk:

.22lr
.32 ball amo
.380 ball ammo
9mm (all kinds)
.223 (all kinds)
.30-06 (all kinds)


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June 07, 2012, 12:38:43 AM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.

Liduidxd summed it up nicely.  Traffic cops, IRS, and the ATF are the only organizations I fear, and I try and do everything right.  No need to invite them into your home!


I only worry about Local LEO, feds tend to leave me alone unless I'm doing something comically stupid - "What do you mean I can't have this 50 Cal at home? I signed for it at the arms room!"

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June 07, 2012, 12:40:39 AM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.

Liduidxd summed it up nicely.  Traffic cops, IRS, and the ATF are the only organizations I fear, and I try and do everything right.  No need to invite them into your home!


I only worry about Local LEO, feds tend to leave me alone unless I'm doing something comically stupid - "What do you mean I can't have this 50 Cal at home? I signed for it at the arms room!"

That's because technically you're a fed. No offense  Cool
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June 07, 2012, 01:12:14 AM
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Personally I would stay away from getting your own personal FFL/Class 3 license. Ask yourself one question, do you really trust that the government will be your buddy when you apply for, receive and start buying class 3 weapons? If you ever go out and buy another weapon after you get your license, no matter what it is, it must be reported and permitted. They can and do perform random house checks on class 3 permit holders. Not spreading FUD, it's just not worth it. Find a local dealer who lets you rent his class 3 firearms and have your fun. I have a guy in my town that runs an event called full-auto Fridays, I get my kicks and it doesn't cost me $15,000 and my privacy.

Liduidxd summed it up nicely.  Traffic cops, IRS, and the ATF are the only organizations I fear, and I try and do everything right.  No need to invite them into your home!


I only worry about Local LEO, feds tend to leave me alone unless I'm doing something comically stupid - "What do you mean I can't have this 50 Cal at home? I signed for it at the arms room!"

That's because technically you're a fed. No offense  Cool

I forget that sometimes, I would remember if I got to wear a snazzy suit that wasn't my dress blues.

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June 07, 2012, 01:06:03 PM
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My class3 FFL is in Pompano. His name is Kurt, goes by Steyr Aug. He runs out of his house. He's awesome and AFAIK never had a problem. Last time I picked up there I got to go play with a MP5SD Tongue

I have also used Bob Howell, He's nearby. He setup my NFA firearms trust.
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June 07, 2012, 01:09:04 PM
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My class3 FFL is in Pompano. His name is Kurt, goes by Steyr Aug. He runs out of his house. He's awesome and AFAIK never had a problem. Last time I picked up there I got to go play with a MP5SD Tongue

I have also used Bob Howell, He's nearby. He setup my NFA firearms trust.

If I was staying in FL, I'd totally get it. But i just happen to be moving to MASS, they don't even allow home ffls. Sad
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