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Old January 10, 2013, 09:15 AM   #4
spacecoast
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CowTowner - thanks, I guess my point is that such laws don't have much teeth unless you are required to prove that the transfer was done by a FFL with some sort of paperwork serialized to match the firearms. I don't recall that I have any proof of having completed those when required (for out of state purchases). It's a little easier to require the FFL if FTF is not practical and there is a 3rd party involved (USPS, UPS, etc.). I guess the FFL has the record, but I don' know for sure which FFL I used in each case, and I believe the state is required to destroy the record of the FFL check shortly after it is completed.

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