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Old 05-15-2012, 05:13 PM   #11
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As far as Utah is concerned there is no paperwork needed between private owners selling firearms. That being said I fill out 2 bills of sale with each partys info. That way if the buyer uses said firearm in a criminal way I have something saying I sold it to him and here is the proof. On the other side if the seller reports said firearm stolen buyer can say he sold it to me and here is the proof.

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Old 05-16-2012, 12:26 AM   #12
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Same here in Central Florida as far as private sales only needing to show a Florida ID.

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Old 05-18-2012, 02:37 AM   #13
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Anybody from California or New York like to weigh in? What are your guns show like there or do you even have them?

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I used to live in the People's Democratic Socialist Republic of California (emphasis on 'used to').

Private gun sales are forbidden by law. All firearms must be sold via a FFL holder. For which, of course, they have to prepare documents and charge a fee. Could anyone imagine the uproar if one's used car had to be sold through a licensed car dealer? (Like the one sold on Craig's list and not re-registered that was used in the attempted Time's Square bombing last year or so?)

The 'gun show loophole' is Leftist jargon for 'being able to dispose of one's personal property without governmental permission or interference'. I now live in Nebraska - the Heartland! - and can purchase from or sell to other private parties without let or hindrance. Licensed gun dealers have other requirements like filling out the federal forms and doing checks.

At the same time, if I'm selling a gun, I will not sell to someone who gives me a bad feeling or seems to be up to no good. It is my property, after all. Not to mention my conscience.

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Whenever I've sold or traded a gun, I checked for a CCW permit. That's not a state law in Mississippi, its MY law. For my own peace of mind.

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Whenever I've sold or traded a gun, I checked for a CCW permit. That's not a state law in Mississippi, its MY law. For my own peace of mind.
That is an excellent point. If they have CCW they are deemed ok by law enforcement.
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Does anyone know Indiana gun show rules. I was told if you have a license to carry the dealer doesn't have to run the federal check. Also do they charge to run the background checks ? I'm going to be going to my first show in a few weeks and just want to be prepared.

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Anybody from California or New York like to weigh in? What are your guns show like there or do you even have them?
Walk into a building with armed guards everywhere and all firearms are behind bulletproof glass with people everywhere oogling at them saying things like " Man , I wish we were allowed to own those here " xD
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Anybody from California or New York like to weigh in? What are your guns show like there or do you even have them?
Well, the same rules at a gun show apply as at a dealer, paperwork etc. Private party transfers aren't private, Nics check etc. Still get performed.
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At one time if you had a Indiana carry license you still did the paper work but no waiting period ( it was 3 days) . Now the carry license makes little to no difference .

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