FFL Turn-Around Time - Kentucky

FFL Turn-Around Time - Kentucky

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    FFL Turn-Around Time - Kentucky

    FWIW -

    FILED regular mail: June 23, 2012

    INTERVIEW: July 28, 2012

    IOI FILED HER REPORT: August 3, 2012

    FFL RECEIVED: August 20, 2012

    Perehaps this will be of some benefit to someone along the way.

    Regards!
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    You're in there! Congrats! What are ya, an 01?
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    Mine came three weeks before my wife's, she was annoyed. Mine in 3 weeks, hers in six. I am told there is one person at the State Police who processes the license, times may vary according to workloads, etc. From what I am told by my FFL who also is an instructor, they are busier than a one arm paper hanger these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    You're in there! Congrats! What are ya, an 01?
    Yes, 01. I am looking to grow but I can tell you this - Getting the FFL is far easier than getting vendors and insurance set up. Local issues were a bit of an issue. We have a Codes Enforcement Director who makes up his own rules and it took an attorney to bring him down from his glorious seat. Small town government is a real ***** sometimes. Here, you can have a home business but you can't have customers to come there. As the city attorny said, what the hell is a business without customers? If a business license it issued then the business operator can have customers. Frankly, here, it has to do with "GUN" sales. This is an extremely left-wing community. Guns are bad, GLAT, is good. Small government is a bad thing - lots of government and entitlements are a good thing. This city is extremely anti gun, anti rebuplician and anti business. Unless it has something to do with crafts, cornshuck dolls and blankets.

    At least for time I beat the local system.

    Regards...

    ps.. spoke with the local Postmaster yesterday about shipping firearms. His first comment was "honestly, we are not completely sure how to deal with firearms dealers." I explained the necessary USPS forms and he looked them up and then asked me to come to the Post Office we we can work togather, educate one another and see exactally what the process is and exactally what forms we need to use. At that point I was stunned. Not in his lack of knowledge but in his willingness to work with me so we do thing correctly. I sort of thought that was very unusual for a Government employee.
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