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Covering my rear...in Ohio

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cstreu1026, Jan 19, 2006.

  1. cstreu1026

    cstreu1026 New Member

    OK, so I decided to sell off to handgun to fund the purchase of another. I am still very new to owning guns and I have never sold any type of gun. I have an interested buyer but I want ot make sure I protect myself if this person does something illegal with it down the road. As I understand it, I do not have to transfer the weapon through a FFL, correct? Does anyone know if, in Ohio, the buyer has to be 21 or if they can 18+?
  2. Henry Bowman

    Henry Bowman Senior Member

    They don't have to be 21 to buy it, but you can't sell it to them unless they are 21 or over.:uhoh:

    Bottom line, yes, you need them to be 21 and not known to you to be disqualified to own/possess it for some other reason.
  3. Daniel964

    Daniel964 New Member

    I thought you only had to be 18 to buy a handgun from a private seller.

    To buy one from a FFL you have to be 21?
  4. cstreu1026

    cstreu1026 New Member

    I believe that as far as federal law goes that is true but I also believe that some states ave different laws when it comes to this.
  5. zahc

    zahc New Member

    In OH you can't even legally be in possession of a handgun unless you are 21. I'm not saying that's how it's enforced, but that's the way it's written.
  6. cstreu1026

    cstreu1026 New Member

    Any chance you can't point that out to me somewhere on the net.
  7. cstreu1026

    cstreu1026 New Member

    Well I finally found what I was looking for. These darn laws are sure tough to find. I read this as don't sell handguns to anyone under the age of 21.

  8. zahc

    zahc New Member

    ^:) ^

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