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Old August 4, 2012, 07:37 PM   #7
johnwilliamson062
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I fail to see how the ATFE turning down someone for a license b/c they do not believe planned endeavor meets the criteria of operating a business, then turning around and charging someone with a crime for operating a business by following through with that plan is not a Catch-22. It is two sets of standards for the same situation. That is the definition of "catch-22."

The only way I could possibly purchase enough guns to make a license worth while would be if the business was successful. I am looking at a cost somewhere around $3000 a year. That far exceeds my yearly expenditure on transfer fees.
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