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Colorado Question

Discussion in 'Legal' started by longknife12, Mar 16, 2013.

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  1. longknife12

    longknife12 Member

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    Even though imediate family transfers will still continue...w/o background checks, I have give a number of guns to son and daughter. Question, should I list these guns and SN's ang get it notorized? This will just cover things in
    case a new round of legislation tries to nulify this amendment.
    Dan


    Both kiddos are legal recievers with clean records. Perhaps I'm just getting paranoid...LOL
     
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  2. clocker

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    Not sure that I understand why you would want to do this. There is no Colorado law that exists today which would require you to have a bill of sale let alone a notarized piece of paper.

    The Colorado universal background bill cannot be fairly enforced as proposed, so I have to ask myself why I would go out of my way for unreasonable steps before transfer or sale of my personal property.
     
  3. MErl

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    no need for that. the BG check allows for it even after July 1. Given the rules in CO government you'll have warning before anything changes.


    If you want to be fully 100% compliant though, make sure they have some magazines. 1224 is a much much bigger nightmare than 1229
     
  4. longknife12

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    Thanks...probably my paranoids....just wanted to be sure they were well covered.
    Dan
     
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