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AZ resident going to Nevada to sell firearms.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by captain awesome, Dec 13, 2018.

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  1. captain awesome

    captain awesome Member

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    So my friend and I are both Arizona residents but are headed to the Las Vegas gun show this weekend to sell some stuff. We both have several fire arms we want to sell, I am ok with leaving mine at home if it will create problems or headaches, my question is do we need an FFL to transfer to a Nevada resident if we are physically in Nevada selling the fire arm? We are both private sellers just trying to liquidate some assets. I also read a thing in another thread about sales tax, I am wondering if that will also be an issue? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Twiki357

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    As an AZ resident selling to NV residents, it is an interstate transaction and the sale is legally required to be processed through a Nevada FFL. Your physical presence in Nevada does NOT make a private sale legal without the transfer being processed by the Nevada FFL. You might try to make an arrangement with an FFL at the show to do any transfers for a minimal fee, but that may also discourage some buyers.

    Moderator comment: I edited this post to add the "NOT". I suspect the omission was a simply typo.
     
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  3. Frank Ettin

    Frank Ettin Moderator Staff Member

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    Under federal law, yes you do.
     
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    Moderator comment: I edited this post to add the "NOT". I suspect the omission was a simply typo.

    You are correct. Thank you.
    My fingers got ahead of my thought. Sorry
     
  5. Spats McGee

    Spats McGee Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes, under federal law. That would be an interstate transfer and requires an FFL to do the transfer.
     
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