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Old 02-27-2013, 3:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Dillon Jury View Post
Why is that? Sorry if I'm not helping here... But I would like to know why not and what do if if you did? Thanks
If you use your 03 in person, or you are dealing with a company that still requires you to mail a hard copy, the regulations require that the signature must be signed in ink.

A copy of your 03 is as valid as the original, but the signatures are supposed to be in ink. So the ATF just recommends you photocopy your original and then sign the copies in ink.

Since most places take scanned copies now, it really isn't a big deal for the OP. He can just make a .pdf scan of the signed-in-ink original and use that for out of state stuff. And if he wants, he can just request another copy from the ATF.
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