NFA Title II, Cajun style

Through the urging of Gov. Jindal’s office, the Louisiana State Police now offers Chief Law Enforcement Officer certification for those seeking to obtain Title II firearms. As required by the BATF, in order to legally own National Firearms Act items such as suppressors, full-auto weapons, and short-barreled rifles and shotguns, a local chief law enforcement officer must sign an individual’s application before completing the transfer. Now, operating under a shall-certify guideline, the LSP will sign off on the forms required by the ATF for LA applicants that have a valid concealed carry permit. There is no charge to obtain the certification, which can be accomplished by an internal application from the LSP’s website. Applicants will have to submit their form along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to the state Concealed Handgun Permit Unit for processing.

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