This article is from the Model Rockets FAQ, by Wolfram von Kiparski with numerous contributions by others.
The following is an excerpt from the June 1994 'Tripoli Report'. Since
this deals with Federal Law and not Tripoli rules, I do not believe that
there is any violation of Tripoli by-laws in doing this.
Q: How would a person qualify for a Federal user's permit?
A: The chief, firearms and explosives licensing center, will approve a
properly completed application if the applicant:
1) Is 21 years of age or older,
2) Is not a person to whom distribution of an affected high-power
rocket commodity is prohibited under the Act (Federal law),
3) Has not willfully violated any provisions of the Act,
4) Has not knowingly withheld any information or has not made any false
or ficticious statement intended or likely to deceive concerning the
5) Has storage for the class (low explosive) of an affected high-power
rocket commodity, as describedon the application, unless he
establishes that his operations to be conducted will not require the
storage of an affected high-power rocket commodity.
6) Is familiar with and understands all published state laws and local
ordinances relating to affected high-power rocket communications
in which he intends to conduct operations.
ATF Form 5400.13/5400.16 must be filed to obtain a permit.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Buzz McDermott)
You may obtain a users permit with or without a storage magazine. If
your primary reason for the permit is to be able to buy HPR motors
at out of state launches, then you don't need a home storage magazine.
If you do have a home storage magazine, remember to keep the proper
records for all motors added to and removed from the magazine.
Michael Platt has indicated willingness to help anyone who has any
questions regarding the proper filling out of the permits. He may
be reached at 70233.255@CompuServe.COM.