Anyone with a SC class 3 license?
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  1. Anyone with a SC class 3 license?

    I thought about obtaining one for a wile but I’d like to hear about the down side to a SC class 3 license.

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    I've looked at this site several times debating on whether to buy a class3 weapon or not. You may contact him and see if he'll give you some advice.

    http://deadbangguns.com/NFA/index.html
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  4. Class 3

    I have looked over deadbang’s site a few times myself.

    I have an uncle that is a collector and have thought about obtaining the class 3 license to collect old military firearms.

    But I think there is a downside my Uncle has yet to tell me about like the ATF knocking on the front door at 3am for a weapons inspection?

    Just wondering how many personal rights you loose with a class 3 license?

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    I'd think it would be like a regular FFL. They can only come and check records during normal business hours unless they set up another time with you. Now if someone is doing something wrong they can get a warrant and come anytime they want.
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    Down side lots of money down the tube. Up side fun

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    First of all it's not a Class 3. It's a NFA. The rules are the same as a type 01.

    I have both types.
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  8. 4th amendment and more?

    As to surrendering your 4th amendment (search and seizure)
    rights, this is definitely true when one gets a Federal Firearms
    License. The law allows the ATF to inspect your records and
    inventory once every 12 months without any cause, and at any
    point during the course of a bona fide criminal investigation (18
    USC sec. 923(g)). They may inspect without warning during
    business hours. The only modification of the above pertains to
    the C&R FFL (type 03) where ATF must schedule the inspection,
    (C&R FFL holders do not have business hours) and they must have
    the inspection at their office nearest the C&R FFL holders
    premises, if the holder so requests. ATF may look around the
    licensed premises for other weapons not on your records. This
    means they take the position that if your licensed premises are
    your home they may search it, as part of the annual compliance
    inspection. The constitutionality of the warrantless
    "administrative search" of licensees provided for in the Gun
    Control Act has been upheld by the US Supreme Court, see U.S. v.
    Biswell, 406 U.S. 311 (1972). Biswell was partially overturned
    by Congress by 1986 changes to the requirements for a warrant
    under the GCA, but the administrative search pro

    7606. Entry of premises for examination of taxable
    objects.
    (a) Entry during day.
    The Secretary may enter, in the daytime, any building
    or place where any articles or objects subject to tax are
    made, produced, or kept, so far as it may be necessary for
    the purpose of examining said articles or objects.
    (b) Entry at night.
    When such premises are open at night, the Secretary may
    enter them while so open, in the performance of his official
    duties.
    (c) Penalties
    For penalty for refusal to permit entry or examination, see
    section 7342.


    I ask because the police around me are corrupt incompetent buffoons.

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    I ask because the police around me are corrupt incompetent buffoons.
    :( That's not happy! Mind if I inquire...generally...where in SC that might be? Mrs. Ektarr and I and our best Friends just bought property last year in Liberty (great name for a hometown!), outside of Greenville.
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  10. Just go to the dog fights

    You will meet my towns public representatives, county council folks, state legislators and some of three counties finest city, town police around.

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    Thumbs up SC. Police

    As the father of a SC Police officer, I find your comments about SC, Law Enforcement rude.. People on the wrong side of the Law tend to have an attitude against the Police ............ All I can say if you don't like SC, Police, There's lots of other states you can live in. I am proud of myself, I was nice.............
    Glock Carrier in SC.

    MufDady

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