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NFA Firearm Transfers

Before you decide to buy an NFA firearm elsewhere, we recommend that you contact us to see if we can save you money. Many times we can get you a better price because we can help you save money on FFL transfer and shipping fees by ordering the NFA firearm direct. You can see a list of our accounts here.

If you are a prohibited person as defined under State or Federal law, attempting to purchase a firearm or lying on the Firearm Transaction Record (ATF Form 4473) is a felony. We reserve the right to refuse to sell or transfer a firearm or do business with anyone we deem suspicious or suspect of committing a straw purchase.

Customers are responsible to know all local, state, and federal laws. NFA firearms will only be transferred in accordance with all Utah FAST store policies.

NOTE: All NFA firearms which include a Silencer, Short-Barreled Rifle (SBR), Short-Barreled Shotgun (SBS), Machine Gun, and/or Any Other Weapon (AOW) require additional forms, fees, and wait times from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE/ATF) BEFORE taking possession of the NFA firearm. The current estimated wait times for the ATF Form 1 and Form 4 can be found on nfatracker.com.

NFA Transfer Fees

All NFA firearm transfers require a transfer fee to be paid before completing the transfer. NFA firearms purchased from our online store, or that we order for you, are exempt from the NFA transfer fee.

Additional storage fees WILL apply for each NFA firearm if the transfer has not been started within seven (7) days from the date the NFA firearm was entered into our records and the customer was notified to schedule an appointment. For more information see our Store Policies.

ATF Form 4

$69.99 (For NFA Trusts)
$59.99 (For Individuals)
$29.99 (For Each Additional Form 23 “Responsible Person Questionnaire”, If Applicable)

LE/Mil/Vet/EMS Receive A $5.00 Discount On All Transfers

eFile Form 4

  • One Fingerprint EFT File
  • One Digital Passport Picture
  • Completion Of One eForm 4
  • Completion Of One ATF Form 23 Responsible Person Questionnaire (if applicable)
  • Transfer Fee Upon Receiving Approved Tax Stamp
  • DOES NOT include background check fee (if applicable)

Paper Form 4

  • Two Fingerprint Cards
  • Two Passport Pictures
  • Completion Of One ATF Form 4
  • Completion Of One ATF Form 23 Responsible Person Questionnaire (if applicable)
  • Transfer Fee Upon Receiving Approved Tax Stamp
  • DOES NOT include background check fee (if applicable)

BACKGROUND CHECK FEE

Although the ATF completed a background check during the Form 4 approval process, Utah law requires another background check to be conducted to complete the transfer.

$7.50
This fee is assessed by the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI).

FREE For Utah Concealed Firearm Permit Holders. Utah residents with a valid Utah Concealed Firearm Permit are exempt from the background check fee ONLY if the permit is provided at the time of the transfer and verification has been completed.

NFA Transfer Process

Our NFA firearm transfer process is designed to make everything faster, easier, and better for you.

Step 1:
You can begin the NFA firearm transfer process by completing our Firearm Transfer Form. After we have received your NFA firearm you must allow AT LEAST 24 HOURS for it to be logged into our acquisition records. You will then receive a text message and an email to continue to step 2.

Step 2:
An appointment is required for all NFA firearm transfers. We Do Not Accept Walk-Ins. Please DO NOT schedule an appointment until AFTER we have notified you. Just because a shipping carrier or tracking number says it has been delivered does not mean it actually has. If you schedule an appointment before we contact you, it will be canceled.
You must bring acceptable identification that has your current residential address to complete the transfer. See more information under “What Is Acceptable Identification” in the FAQs below.

Important!

You will need ALL of the following for your appointment.

    1. You must create an ATF eForms Account
    2. Your ATF eForms account username, password, AND 4-digit pin – help
    3. Credit/Debit Card for the online Stamp Tax payment ($200.00 or $5.00 for an AOW)
    4. If applicable, you must email a current copy of your NFA Trust in Adobe PDF format to utahfastllc@gmail.com. For security purposes, we do not allow any unknown USB or other storage devices to be connected to our computers. If you want to establish an NFA Trust, please do so before your appointment. If you need the NFA Trust notarized we are a certified Notary.

Or Use The Calendar Below

FAQ

What Is A Straw Purchase?

It is ILLEGAL to purchase a firearm posing as the real buyer for someone else. If you do, it is called a straw purchase because the person posing as the buyer likely has a clean background and is doing so on behalf of another, often because that second person may not pass the background check.

A straw purchase is any purchase in which a second person agrees to acquire a firearm for someone else. This is not the same thing as purchasing a firearm as a genuine, bonafide gift. Any individual that purchases a firearm from a Federal Firearms License (FFL) dealer who lies on the Firearm Transaction Record (ATF Form 4473) about the identity of the ultimate possessor of the gun can be charged with making false statements, a felony, and can be punished by up to five years in prison in addition to fines up to $250,000 even if the transaction is denied by the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).

It is LEGAL to purchase a firearm as a gift for another since you are actually buying the firearm for yourself to gift to another.

What Is Acceptable Identification?

A valid government-issued photo identification at the time of background check initiation that displays the buyers;

  • Full legal name
  • Date of birth
  • Current residential address

Example: Driver’s License or State Issued Identification Card

– Utah temporary (paper) driver’s licenses ARE accepted.
– A handwritten sticker showing an address change on the back WILL NOT be accepted.
– Identification that is expired WILL NOT be accepted.

As explained by the ATF:
  • The identification document presented by the transferee must have a photograph of the transferee, as well as the transferee’s name, residence address, and date of birth. The identification document must also be valid (e.g., unexpired) and have been issued by a governmental entity for the purpose of identification of individuals. An example of an acceptable identification document is a current driver’s license.
    A combination of government-issued documents may be used to meet the requirements of an identification document. For example, a passport that contains the name, date of birth, and photograph of the holder may be combined with a voter or vehicle registration card containing the residence address of the transferee in order to comply with the identification document requirements. A passport issued by a foreign government is also acceptable so long as it has all of the required information.*
    See Important Information Below For Utah Requirements.
  • Whether a hunting license or permit issued by a retailer meets the definition of an identification document is State law specific. This license or permit meets the definition of an identification document if the State in which the retailer is located has authorized the retailer to supply State issued documents. If the State recognizes the hunting license or permit as government-issued, then this license or permit would qualify as being government-issued for the purposes of supplementing another government-issued identification document.
    A description of the location of the residence on an identification document, such as a rural route, is sufficient to constitute a residence address provided the purchaser resides in a State or locality where it is considered to be a legal residence address.
    [18 U.S.C. 922(t)27 CFR 478.11 and 478.124]
    https://www.atf.gov/firearms/qa/what-form-identification-must-licensee-obtain-transferee-firearm
Utah Requirements

As provided by a Brady Supervisor at the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI)

“Utah requires a driver’s license or ID card from a state that can be verified by our system in Rule 722-380.”
R722-380-3. Verification of Identification.
(1) For purposes of a criminal history background check as established in Section 76-10-526, the only form of photo identification the bureau shall accept is a driver’s license or identification card that may be accessed through the issuing state’s database and verified as a valid form of identification.

“If the address is not correct on the driver’s license or ID card, Utah does allow any government-issued document to be used as long as it has the current address. This could come from a municipality, state, or federal document. So there are many documents or letters that could be used for this alternative to the address not being correct. The FFL would have to see one of these documents to add to his FFL paperwork in support of a new address.”
“A city bill would work, but something like Rocky Mountain power would not work because it’s not a government agency. If you use taxes or registration, they have to be the current year.”
– Our Addition: A current hunting or fishing license with the individual’s current address will also be accepted because it is issued by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) since it is a government agency.

If you maintain property (a home) in another state see the FAQ “What constitutes residency in a state” for more information about the ability to purchase firearms in multiple states.

What Constitutes Residency In A State?

As explained by the ATF:
  • For Gun Control Act (GCA) purposes, a person is a resident of a state in which he or she is present with the intention of making a home in that state. The state of residence for a corporation or other business entity is the state where it maintains a place of business.
    A member of the Armed Forces on active duty is a resident of the state in which his or her permanent duty station is located. If a member of the Armed Forces maintains a home in one state and the member’s permanent duty station is in a nearby state to which they commute each day, then the member has two states of residence and may purchase a firearm in either the state where the duty station is located or the state where the home is maintained.
    [18 U.S.C. 921(b)922(a)(3), and 922(b)(3)27 CFR 478.11]
    https://www.atf.gov/firearms/qa/what-constitutes-residency-state
  • May a person who resides in one state and owns property in another state purchase a firearm in either state?
    If a person maintains a home in two states and resides in both states for certain periods of the year, they may, during the period of time they actually reside in a particular state, purchase a firearm in that state. However, simply owning property in another state does not alone qualify the person to purchase a firearm in that state.
    [27 CFR 478.11]
    https://www.atf.gov/questions-and-answers/qa/may-person-who-resides-one-state-and-owns-property-another-state-purchase
Utah Requirements

As provided by a Brady Supervisor at the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI)

“Utah does allow for this situation if the person is currently residing in Utah and produces a government document (as described in the FAQ [What Is An Acceptable Valid Form Of ID To Purchase A Firearm]) that shows their current address. Then the out-of-state driver’s license just has to show as valid still and not be revoked or expired.”

– Our Addition: This means that if you own a home in two (or more) states, while you are living in your home in Utah it is LEGAL to purchase a firearm, including a handgun, using your valid nonresident driver’s license or ID card. Since the address on the Driver’s License or ID card would not be a Utah address you would be required to use any government-issued document as long as it has the current Utah address to show Utah residency as described in the FAQ “What Is An Acceptable Valid Form Of ID To Purchase A Firearm?”. You would enter your Utah residence address in response to question 10 on the ATF Form 4473.

If you have updated your address with the government entity (e.g. DMV) that issued it, your driver’s license may still be used for identification and date of birth verification purposes only. Another valid government-issued document that contains your name and current residential address can be used to supplement your driver’s license as proof of current residence (e.g. Vehicle Registration, Voter Identification Card, Concealed Firearm Permit, etc.).

If My Background Check Is Denied Can Another Person Pick Up The Firearm?

No!

If your background check is denied, having another person pick up a firearm on behalf of a prohibited person is committing a “straw purchase”. This is a federal felony punishable by a fine of up to $250,000.00, 10 years in prison, and makes the individual who transferred the firearm a prohibited person as well.

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