moving to frisco

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  1. hkusp1

    hkusp1 TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    im moving to frisco and was wondering if anyone knew if the police department up there sign nfa forms? its either collin or denton counties.
     


  2. David

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    I dont know about Frisco PD, but The Denton Co. Sheriff will sign and so will a few District Judges. The DA will not.
     
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    Just talked to a friend and he says Todd Renshaw (Chief of Police-Frisco) will not sign.
     
  4. hkusp1

    hkusp1 TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    Ok I'm actually moving to the little elm area so if Denton county sheriff signs off I should be good. I'm moving out of Dallas and a CLEO that signs off on nfa forms is one of the deciding factors for me.
     
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    You'll be good to go.
     
  6. hkusp1

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    sweet because i really want to build some sbr's and sbs's and you cant get any nfa forms signed in dallas county.
     
  7. David

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    There's a few District Judges in Dallas who will sign, but like most Judges you need a way to get in some form of direct contact with them.

    If moving becomes a hassle, there's always the trust route. That means, no CLEO sign off, no fingerprints, and no photos.
     
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    DAMN! I had posted a smart ass reply, but it went to the moderator queue.

    I wonder if it will go up there. Technically I'm exercising my 1st amendment rights, on a publically owned website. I don't think they can legally withhold my response.

    Oh well... I basically said this:

    "Or you can just create a trust and avoid from having local politicans withhold your 2nd amendment right to own the belt-fed machine gun of your choice.

    Thanks Mr. Renshaw for protecting us from the evil machine gun owners. The decision not to sign off is an excellent political move, bravo".

    That's not verbatim, but it's close.
     
  10. hkusp1

    hkusp1 TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    To be honest I have no interest in owning any automatic weapons at all it just seems like a waste of ammo to me although extremely fun and amusing, I do miss my m4 from when I was in the service.

    I've thought about going the trust route but I don't fully understand the way a nfa specific trust works it seems like there is to many ways a transfer could go wrong. But I'm always open to anything.
     

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