Originally Posted by eastbank
i thought a strawman buy was when a person bought a firearm for a person who is disabled from buying it himself and knowing it. if both are legaly able to buy or sell a firearm,does it fall under the strawman law? eastbank.
The 4473 has a specific question regarding "Are you the actual purchaser/transferee of the firearm?" The FFL may not transfer the firearm to one who is not the actual purchaser/transferee of the firearm. There are some examples on the back of the 4473: http://www.atf.gov/forms/download/atf-f-4473-1.pdf
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