What is required to get an FFL in the State of Connecticut?
Is it possible to be an FFL and work out of your home?
Based on Sect. 3.10.B.2.6: A 'minor home occupation shall not include the keeping of stock in trade nor the sale or rental of any goods not produced within the premises.
I seemed to remember that you were more interested in doing gunsmithing, right?? ; -)
I used a paid subscription to ffl123.com. It was money WELL spent. Well worth the $39 he gets for a subscription.
The site actually consists of a bunch of instructions on downloadable pdfs so you can print them out if you want.
Indeed, thanx for the info!
I'm looking to go that route, but not because I plan on selling guns per se. I've been doing a lot of good custom work and getting more gunsmithing training and it would be able to expand outside of just friends.
I was also looking at ffl123.com for info as well.
Next stop.... Zoning board for me!
You shouldn't have to go to the board.
You are not going against any zoning regs. So the only person you need to engage is the zoning official. If they refuse to issue a zoning permit for your CUSTOMARY HOME OCCUPATION, then you would go to the ZBA.
Is this the same as having a C&R license? I wanted to purchase some vintage firearms.