NFA in Charleston

Frost

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Living in North Chuck who is considered CLEO and what are the chances of getting him to sign off for me.
 

fordnut

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Can you go with Chas. County for it? I don't know...

If yo lived in Hanahan, I know who you would go to...but, I am no help in N. Chas....

Steve
 

BuellRider

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Assuming you live in the Charleston County section of North Chuck, it's real easy. Sheriff Cannon is your CLEO. He's got no problems with NFA. Here is what you do. Complete your forms and remember to sign them. Put them in a manila envelope along with a copy of your SCDL and write your SSN on the same sheet. On the front of the envelope write "ATF forms for Sheriff Cannon" and put your return contact information including phone number. Take it down to Headquarters drive and give it to the deputy at the front window. Tell him its paperwork for the Sheriff to sign. He may give you a confused look. Tell him that it should go to the Sheriff's secretary. She knows what to do with it. In about 3 or 4 days she will call you and tell you it's ready to pick up. She is very nice and helpful. The Sheriff's appointee will have signed it and it's ready to be mailed off.

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Frost

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Thanks much for the information.

Any advice on a 9mm can to be used with a pistol?
 

Clicker

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Frost if you're still considering this check out the AAC Evolution 9 or the SWR Trident both are very popular. I have a buddy with a couple of Evo's - one in 9 and the other in 40 cal. Might be able to get all of us together one day so you can hear the 9mm can.
Keep in mind you'll need finger prints also, the Chas County Detention Center (jail) has a cool digital machine and they do prints from 6AM til 6PM if IIRC.
 

Frost

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I had my prints for the CCW done there.
Very easy.

I would like to hear them for sure.
Cost IS a factor though.
I was looking at Yankee Hill cans but they seem a bit pricey.
 

Clicker

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The cans from Coastal Gun Inc. are pretty low cost compared to AAC, SWR, Gemtech and the like. I've not heard one but with a MSRP of $449 it might be worth a look.

I'm still working overtime & Saturdays but I'll let you know when I can get my buddy Jeff, with the can, to the range. My son wants to shoot in the morning but not sure if Jeff is free to play.
 
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