No it's not a hassle. You need to submit proof of citizenship and age ( i used my birth certificate and drivers license) proof of membership in an affiliated club or marksmanship program (VFW for me) and proof of marksmanship training (I used my DD214 for this). Pretty easy, the hardest part was finding a notary for one of the forms, on which you certify that you are eligible to own a firearm.
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