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Thread in 'Law & Order' started by palmettomoon, May 30, 2018.
If the purchaser is a GA resident, yes.
Then he would have to record the transaction in his "book" and when he sold it the sale would have to recorded on a 4473.
Anytime I've bought one from an out of State sailor I've had to have it shipped to my local FFL.
It is Unconstitutional and absolute rubbish, but it is the correct reading of the law as I understand it.
No it's a Bull **** law designed to entrap those who are not the problem.
The devil in the details.
Legal? What part of " Shall Not Be Infringed " did they miss? If the purchase is from a friend or family member, just learn to keep your mouth shut.
why hell yeah you are.Its never right you know that
I know of someone who 15 years ago or so came to Georgia from New Mexico on vacation. He and a friend drove to Alabama to go to a gun show. At said gunshow the New Mexico resident purchased a Colt 1911 from a private seller (who had a table) and paid him with a check that clearly showed he was a NM resident and the seller even wrote down his NM drivers license number.
Totally innocent transaction and the buyer and seller never knew they had broken the law until years later and left a paper trail ten miles wide.
The scary part of that story is that the seller actually accepted an out of state check.
Back before ATMs were everywhere I broke down coming back from Savannah, near Claxton I think, when there were not a lot of exits on I 16 and the mechanic wouldn't take an Atlanta area check for 45 bucks...drove me to his bank to get it cashed.