ATF eForm 4 NFA Tax Stamp Walk-Through Guide
How to guide and walk-through guide for the ATF eForm 4 NFA Tax Stamp Application - ATF e5320.4 Application for Tax Paid Transfer and Registration of Firearm - *Coming Soon*
The highly anticipated and awaited ATF eForm 4 application will be coming to the ATF eForm system this year. The current status of the ATF eForm 4 as of April 2019, is the eForm 4 is currently being coded. The ATF eForm 4 was available a few years ago, but the eForm 4 has since been taken off of the eForm platform. The ATF Form 4 paper application has undergone a few changes and revisions since the last eForm 4 was available on the eForm platform. This means that the coding process can take time to create the new eForm 4. According to our ATF contacts the eForm 4 is slated to arrive back on the eForm platform this year . The timeframe in a perfect world would be a Summer 2019 availability. But the release date could extend to the fourth quarter of 2019. In the meantime you can apply using the paper ATF Form 4 and reference our ATF Form 4 Walk-Through Guide.
Latest ATF eForm 4 News
- April 2019: The ATF eForm 4 is currently being coded and in the coding process. ATF eForms Login Page also states, "ATF continues to work at restoring ATF Form 4, Application for Tax Paid Transfer and Registration, to service as an eForm."
- April 24, 2019: The ATF purposes changes to the ATF Form 4 paperwork. One of the cited comments that the ATF is requesting comments on is, "Minimize the burden of the collection of information on those who are to respond, including through the use of appropriate automated, electronic, mechanical, or other technological collection techniques or other forms of information technology, e.g., permitting electronic submission of responses." This may or may not be evidence of further progress on the return of the ATF eForm 4.