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Old 03-24-2012, 11:11 PM   #11
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No private handgun sales are allowed in New York State. Check with your local authorities to understand the local laws. There is no federal regulation of private (non-Class III) firearm sales.
i dont believe that statement is accurate.
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Thankfully, Kommufornia is a minority in its draconian gun laws.

In Oregon, especially right on the border with another state, it is very clear that we may conduct face-to-face sales with anybody who is a resident of our state. Neither party must do anything in particular for the transfer to be legal except ascertain that the person is a resident of Oregon. It is very much like buying/selling a used TV or something. I, personally, make a bill of sale that I have both parties sign that has serial number info and drivers license of both parties, but that is because I am anal and OCD about my firearms records, not because of state or federal law.

What state are you in? That would be helpful!
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Thankfully, Kommufornia is a minority in its draconian gun laws.

In Oregon, especially right on the border with another state, it is very clear that we may conduct face-to-face sales with anybody who is a resident of our state. Neither party must do anything in particular for the transfer to be legal except ascertain that the person is a resident of Oregon. It is very much like buying/selling a used TV or something. I, personally, make a bill of sale that I have both parties sign that has serial number info and drivers license of both parties, but that is because I am anal and OCD about my firearms records, not because of state or federal law.

What state are you in? That would be helpful!
I'm in Indiana .that's what I was going to do is just make a bill of sale ..it's between me and best friend so I know he can legally own it..
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I'm in Indiana .that's what I was going to do is just make a bill of sale ..it's between me and best friend so I know he can legally own it..
most states a face to face sale and transfer is legal and if you know the person is legal and of age, then it should be legal to do so. i like going through an FFL for mine if it is someone i don't know and if they have some type of problem with doing so, then it sends up a big red flag and i have to wonder if the person i might be dealing with can legally own a firearm. i just inform them that this is the only way i will sell to a stranger and cancel the transaction going any futher.
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