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 Post subject: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
New postPosted: 13 Jun 2008, 16:50 
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This will save you a trip down to PCSO for those who need to get sign off in pima county.



File is too big to upload to AZS, so here ya go:
http://www.coyotearms.com/PCSO_Doc.pdf

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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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Ug, they really want people to form trusts don't they?

It's pretty clear they are keeping a database of applicants and make/models of guns in the county.


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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AZ-K9's right.

Quicken Willmaker & a Revocable Living Trust FTW!!1!


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
New postPosted: 24 Jun 2008, 19:22 
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If you ask, they will tell you they keep a copy of each and every one. Something about being asked if they signed a specific Form 4 or not when the ATF NFA branch called or calls.


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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Link is still dead. Anybody have a copy of this?


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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DalenVigil wrote:
Link is still dead. Anybody have a copy of this?


What he said...


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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Can you file an LLC for C3 items and have them owned under the LLC? Then you could have multiple "LLC Members" that would be able to use them?


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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Yes, but i believe there is a little more legal maneuvering to add/delete members of an LLC than a trust. I could be wrong?

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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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I dropped off my application for a SBR at the PCSO office last Wednesday. There was the psuedo Form 1 that you had to fill out like before, but there is also another form that needs filled out as well. It's all about making a false statement and how they will take away your birthday if you make one. I gave the same info as I did before...It's really no big deal. I looked into a Trust, but the lawyer wanted wayyy more money than I thought it would be worth to do.


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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Submitted my paperwork to PCSO on Wed, Jan 04 2012. Got it in the mail on Thursday Jan 26 2012. If you're doing a Form 1 in Pima County, plan for an extra 3 weeks for PCSO to do their part. Nice that they mailed it to me, last time I just got a call to pick it up.


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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Got mine in the mail today, took about 3 weeks, didn't have SO form so had to fill that out a few days later. He was real helpful on the phone, lot simpler then I thought. Now getting it off to West Virginia and starting the final countdown.


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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Got mine in the mail today. Submitted on 16 May 2012 - Received via USPS 15 June 2012. Not too shabby Sherriff Dupnik! Now for the looong ATF wait.


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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M1AShooter wrote:
Can you file an LLC for C3 items and have them owned under the LLC? Then you could have multiple "LLC Members" that would be able to use them?


Yes you can do that, but a trust is a better option for several reasons...mainly that a trust is private, is not public record, and you do not have to pay fees to the state in order to change the people in your trust. Plus, it is highly questionable if anyone besides members of the LLC ever legally be in possession of NFA firearms. You are much better off getting a trust. Plus, a trust can last for multiple generations.


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 Post subject: Re: Pima County Sherrif Paperwork
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www.azgunlaw.com is a great source for gun trusts...professional attorney created gun trusts for $249.


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