Have You Been Denied a CLEO Signature? We Need to Know!

As our viewers are aware, Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG), a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., is spearheading the opposition to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ proposal, ATF 41P. In that vein, we are requesting that Pennsylvania residents, who have been denied a Chief Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) signature, fill out a questionnaire regarding that denial and their experience in applying for and receiving that denial. You can find the questionnaire on our website (the link to the questionnaire is highlighted in red) or directly at http://www.firearmsindustryconsultinggroup.com/atf-419-questionnaire.

DISCLOSURE: Submission of any information does not create an attorney-client relationship. By submitting any information, you understand and agree that no attorney-client relationship is formed and that neither Prince Law Offices, P.C. nor any of its attorneys have agreed or are obligated to represent you. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time, if ever, as an attorney-client relationship has been established.

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9 responses to “Have You Been Denied a CLEO Signature? We Need to Know!

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  2. RickP

    I didn’t even try to get the CLEO to sign because it was well know that Sheriff Box of Collin Co., TX., wouldn’t sign. That’s the reason for my use of a revocable living trust instead. The State Attorney General is pro gun but I don’t know how you’d go about getting his signature.

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  3. Mark

    Sherriff Ben Johnson in Volusia County, Florida will NOT give anyone a sign off. This is the exact reason I started a trust.

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  4. Aaron

    Sheriff Dale Kowalkowski in Manistee Michigan will NOT sign off because as he put it “no one needs those type of items” They are perfectly legal and he still won’t sign and he said he never will.

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  5. Arturo Suarez

    Duval county in Florida is a no go either. “There is no need for you to own a suppressor, let alone an SBR”.
    The reason why I went with a trust from David Goldman.

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  6. Paul Blash

    Commissioner Charles Ramsey Police Chief for Philadelphia,Pa. is a known for his anti 2nd amendment views.He led a presidential commission that advocated a military style semi automatic rifle ban.While he was Police Commissioner for Washington D.C and Chcago Ill. he advocated a complete ban on handguns for the public.Given this backround there is little chance he would sign a transfer for a NFA item

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  7. Jason

    Denied once for a suppressor saying “the chief doesn’t usually sign off on these things.”

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  8. Paul

    The Lexington, KY. city Police chief and the county sheriff both refuse to sign off on NFA items, hence the reason for my trust.

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  9. Armstrong County Sheriff Crawford will not sign off on any NFA items

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