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Old March 13, 2012, 10:12 PM   #2
ScottRiqui
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You just need an FFL in the recipient's state of residence to do the transfer. If you need to ship the gun to the MO FFL, there are some restrictions. I don't believe that USPS will allow a private individual to ship a gun to an FFL, but UPS and FedEx will, with certain restrictions. Also, be aware that some FFLs won't accept guns from private individuals, even though it's legal.

EDIT - after reading bittorrent's reply below, I re-read the OP and realized there are *two* guns involved. He's right - each person who's receiving a gun needs to have the transfer of that firearm done in *his* state.

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