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Old July 10, 2020, 02:45 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by candr44 View Post
The second background check is probably to cover the period between applying for the permit and when you actually receive the pistol.

When I lived in Florida, I filled out the 4473 and payed for my pistol but didn't get a background check until the 3 day waiting period was over. the salesman said they did it that way so the background check would cover your past up to the time I actually received the pistol.

Now I live in Massachusetts and have a lot of prejudice against gun owners to put up with.
Is this a State requirement; or store policy?
The approved 4473 is good for 30 days after the date it's initially signed in Section A. You just need to sign and date the re-certification block in section C (bottom of page 2)
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