Here's an interesting one. I sold a shotgun to someone in another state. I dropped it off at my FFL to be sent to the buyers FFL. My FFL sent it via the US Postal Service on May 17. My buyer still hasn't received it. The tracking number doesn't register in the USPS's system, so my FFL stopped by the post office he sent it from yesterday and they said they have record of it being scanned last monday, but nothing beyond that. I did insure the gun. The USPS said after tomorrow (5/27) if they don't have it, I can put a claim in for the insurance money. That's not my main concern (I will also refund my buyers money). Question is, I now have a firearm last registered in my name (I bought it new) floating around the USPS. I assume it wasn't lost, but stolen (it's not exactly a small box). I am thinking about either calling my local police dept. to report it lost/stolen, or calling the ATF to report it. My worry is that a gun registered in my name is now in limbo, negating using an FFL to sell it (vs. doing a FTF locally). I am trying to cover my butt. Your thoughts??