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Old October 4, 2012, 09:32 AM   #5
psyfly
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Agree with the above.

Absent clear instructions otherwise, it's the buyer's FFL who is causing the hold-up, so IMO, it's the buyer's responsibility to get it straightened out.

If the onus is on him/her to fix the problem, he may be able to convince the FFL-holder to accept the perfectly legal transfer.

Best,

Will
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