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Yes, its easy.  I am an FFL/SOT and I usually have about 6 or 7 NFA items in the process of being transferred to IL residents, most of which are SBRs to C&R holders.

 

I am also written a book, available on Amazon, "an illinois legal guide to national firearms act reguated firearms".  So far I have a 100% ATF approval rate on NFA transactions, though some were a fight.

 

I can provide details and sources via PM if you like

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On 1/9/2023 at 4:00 PM, Benbow said:

Yes, its easy.  I am an FFL/SOT and I usually have about 6 or 7 NFA items in the process of being transferred to IL residents, most of which are SBRs to C&R holders.

 

I am also written a book, available on Amazon, "an illinois legal guide to national firearms act reguated firearms".  So far I have a 100% ATF approval rate on NFA transactions, though some were a fight.

 

I can provide details and sources via PM if you like

 

 

YES YOU CAN, AN ILLINOIS LEGAL GUIDE TO NATIONAL FIREARMS ACT REGULATED FIREARMS. https://a.co/d/1YXP9Fj

 

 

Is this it?

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On 1/9/2023 at 4:00 PM, Benbow said:

Yes, its easy.  I am an FFL/SOT and I usually have about 6 or 7 NFA items in the process of being transferred to IL residents, most of which are SBRs to C&R holders.

 

I am also written a book, available on Amazon, "an illinois legal guide to national firearms act reguated firearms".  So far I have a 100% ATF approval rate on NFA transactions, though some were a fight.

 

I can provide details and sources via PM if you like

Benbow is the real deal. I had him do a Form4 for me and SBR my Zastava ZPAP M92 Pistol, amongst other SBRs...

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It’s amazing to see the difference a few miles can make.  
 

I was in a LGS is Missouri just outside of St Louis 2 weeks ago. 
They had a whole showcase full of suppressors.  I commented on how foreign that was to me being from a communist state and the guy just laughed.  He said just turn around - behind me was a machine that took your prints and did the paperwork for you.  
You just needs to pay for the suppressor, pay your $200 and they would hold it for you until the paperwork cleared.  

 

It emphasizes just how repressed Illinois Is.  

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