> No, I didn't quote 55.141(a)(8)to her. I'm trying to obtain an LEUP,
> not get myself added to a list of subversives by being an
> argumentative bastard. In any case if I do finally obtain an LEUP,
> it's been on hold for months because the Pittsburg office doesn't have
> time to inspect our storage in Wattsburg Pennsylvania, I will be
> working with this agent for years to come. Why in Heaven's name would
> I want to get her PO'd at me?
You wouldn't of course.
Politely ask her to do her job and comply with the LAW and be very sure
not to ask you to store exempt propellants or gasolines in your magazine
or log it.
BTW it actually works, but you HAVE to ask. We have all heard the
stories of the ATF party line to the contrary. All those stories and
worse are TRUE.
> Ken Holloway, NAR #78336, L-1
> > > [ reposted rom ROL ]
> > > Name: Kenneth Holloway
> > > Posted: 6/26/2003 3:40 PM
> > > Subject: Re: As of right now?
> > > As of this morning I was ordered by my BATFE agent to transfer all of
> > > my "Easy Access Motors", Black Powder, and Electric Matches to an LEUP
> > > permit holder to be stored in approved storage until I receive my
> > > LEUP. All of the subject material was purchased prior to 6-July-2002.
> > > She was quite nice about it but very firm that *only* motors with <=
> > > 62.5 grams of propellant that have grains of a size that do not fit
> > > into cases that can contain > 62.5 grams of fuel are legal without a
> > > LEUP or other permit. She even took the time to check with the local
> > > (Ohio) expert to confirm that her ruling *was* in line with the
> > > BATFE's policy.
> > I bet YOU didn't take the time to read 55.141-a-8 to THEM!
> > > Ken Holloway, NAR #78336, L-1
> > > [ reposted from ROL ]
> > > > We have a couple of incidents scattered throughout the US of the ATFE
> > > > telling people that APCP reloads/motors under 62.5 grams need to be put
> > > > in
> > > > an explosive magazine.
Jerry Irvine, Box 1242, Claremont, California 91711 USA
Please bring common sense back to rocketry administration.
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