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Old December 20, 2012, 07:49 PM   #10
Frank Ettin
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Originally Posted by chasgrips45
...I was just reflecting on how simple it used to be.In the 50s & 60s That`s all...
Thank you for the clarification. However, your exact words were:
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Originally Posted by chasgrips45
...The other thing he could do...
That can certainly be read as suggesting doing the transaction in a manner that violates federal interstate firearm transfer laws was considered an option.

In any case, it was my purpose to make absolutely sure that everyone reading this thread clearly understands (1) that residents of different States meeting to trade firearms face-to-face would be a serious violation of federal law; and (2) that it's never acceptable on TFL to suggest violating the law. I'm sorry that you chose to take that personally and be offended.
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