I was just curious about how I would go about getting one legally. I have only shot 2 before in my life.
Thanks for an excellent recap on how to obtain a Class III. Well done and worthwhile reading!Jon-Anvil_Arms said:Obtaining a Class III weapon (also called an NFA weapon) is really not all that hard depending on what state you live in. Currently almost 40 states allow these weapons.
The basic process is to find a dealer you like and trust. This dealer will be your representative and guide through the entire process.
I have a very detailed letter I have written about the various ways to do the actual registration (to yourself, a trust or corporation). If you would like a copy of that letter please send me an email, it is way to long to post. (One day, I’ll actually get it posted on my company website….).
Hope this info helps some!
President, Anvil Arms LLC
Manufacturer of AR15/M16 type weapons
Class III Dealer
Lifetime NRA Member
LOL..keninaz said:And when you get yours float a loan for the ammo.
I have fired lots of autos courtesy of the Army and the US taxpayers.
I can't afford to shoot one on my own.