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Old January 13, 2010, 12:50 PM   #28
paull
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Nope. But good business practice, when buying a gun in a private transaction, includes both the buyer and seller properly identifying themselves to each other, providing contact information to each other, and documenting the transaction with a written bill of sale.
I guess we'll have to agree to disagree on that one.

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I might not go through that sort of rigmarole buying a card table at a garage sale. But I'd certainly be that thorough buying anything of meaningful value or something that is a popular item among thieves -- like a watch, or a piece of jewelry, or an expensive piece of art, or a computer, or a television set, or a gun.
Really..?
If I put an add in the local paper, or website, for
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a watch, or a piece of jewelry, or an expensive piece of art, or a computer, or a television set, or a gun
, you would require
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both the buyer and seller properly identifying themselves to each other, providing contact information to each other, and documenting the transaction with a written bill of sale.
?

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