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Shipping to FFL

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by sophijo, Sep 19, 2010.

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  1. sophijo

    sophijo Member

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    I sold a pistol on Gunbroker. I'm shipping it to an FFL in another state. Will my state know eventually that I sold it? ...as in CMA?
     
  2. Zak Smith

    Zak Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    There is no mechanism for your state to be notified.
     
  3. sophijo

    sophijo Member

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    Spose I can do that with copies of paperwork?
     
  4. psyork22

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    Save all emails and a copy of FFL you sent it to and anything associated with the sale and transfer. If you want, you can ship it through a local FFL. That would be really covering your own but.
     
  5. nalioth

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    First of all, if you want your question answered properly (instead of the shotgun approach), you should tell us where you live.

    At that point, we can give you a much better answer.
     
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    If it is being shipped to another FFL, why do you care? Is it required where you live? (because it isn't in most states)
     
  7. sophijo

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    Shipping

    I live in Michigan and this pistol is registered to me. My FFL guy will ship it for shipping fee plus $15 so that may be prudent.
     
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