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Old 11-28-2012, 12:25 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Ruger22lr View Post
Wait so if it's in your state and your buying it online it can be shipped TYD?
As long as no dealer is involved. If the seller is a dealer then it has to go to another licensed dealer. What is referred to as a face-to-face transaction is a sale between 2 unlicensed individuals that are both residents of the state where the sale takes place. Not sure the private party can ship it directly to you, plus there are also restrictions on shipping a handgun, but you can meet anywhere convenient to both parties and make the deal.
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