I own my own hg but I was wondering is it legal for me to carry one of my step-fathers guns if I have his permission while he is traveling and I have a concealed carry license In Texas?
Same here & i've done it for many years BUT - once again--Gun can be traced back to last one that bought it thru a FFL-I don't know about other states but here in Ky.. It is pretty common to give a gun to your son. Also guns get purchased and then sold for any number of reasons no paper work for a sale individual to individual. One guy needs money....sale.......guy buys it cheap just to make money......sale............guy buys it shoots it.......someone sees it likes it...........trade............give it son..............needs money..........sale
I have bought them, but never sold one. I have given to my son. And one day he will hit the jackpot.HOSSFLY said:Same here & i've done it for many years BUT - once again--Gun can be traced back to last one that bought it thru a FFL-
I was once the last "papered" owner of a Ruger SR9 that was used in a homicide a year or so later----My dealer got a phone call
Then i did---
Lets just say i'm a bit more picky on my face to face deals now--I have bought them, but never sold one. I have given to my son. And one day he will hit the jackpot.
Edit..........I'm not like axxe who wouldn't adopt me and leave his to his son.............lol
Not exactly. An ATF Guntrace traces the gun from the manufacturer, through the wholesaler and dealer, then to the ORIGINAL purchaser. If you sell or trade the gun to a dealer, there is a record of that transaction, but not a link to the previouos dealer. The gun could bounce in and out of FFL dealer's hands multiple times, but there is no easy way to trace those transactions.Gun can be traced back to last one that bought it thru a FFL-