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Discussion in 'Legal' started by Ragnar Danneskjold, Dec 12, 2008.

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  1. Ragnar Danneskjold

    Ragnar Danneskjold Member

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    I've got a friend, who is also a member on here, who does not happen to have net access at the moment. He's a non-felon, and an Army MP, who's looking to sell a rifle to another non-felon MP tonight. He just called me to ask if there is anything he needs to do other than exchange cash for the rifle. They both live in Michigan, are over 21, and do not have any other gun-ownership-limiting factors. I'm posting this now, since they are hanging out and planning on doing the sale tonight, and none of us have ever sold a firearm before. Is there any other legal busy-work they have to partake in after the rifle and cash change hands?
     
  2. mio

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    nope its all good
     
  3. Eightball

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    How does the military bit affect this? Would knowing which state each member in the transaction is from make a difference? I know that at the FFL counter of the store I work for, where the buyer is from is of key importance if they're in the military. Could just be an idiot corporate policy, but still just feel like making sure for the OP's sake.
     
  4. NavyLCDR

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    Why is that Eightball? An active duty member shows you his Active Duty military ID and his/her orders to the state in which your store is located and you sell them guns as a resident of your state. If your boss doesn't allow that, your boss needs to be shown the applicable portions of the 2005 Guide to Federal Firearms Regulations.
     
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