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Brooke
07-02-2008, 6:35 PM
These rules are not always clear to me. There'a a non-list gun I'd like about 500 miles away, but within California. I know we could meet and do a FTF PPT with an FFL, but ...

Can he mail the gun to my FFL to then be transfered to me? Or de we have to both be there FTF?

TIA

Saigon1965
07-02-2008, 6:42 PM
I take it this is a handgun, if it's not on the list you're SOL.

scfast
07-02-2008, 6:48 PM
Yep not on the list your sol for shipping to your ffl...

Brooke
07-02-2008, 6:51 PM
... As I feared ...

Saigon1965
07-02-2008, 7:41 PM
Good luck on working out the logistics.

jb7706
07-02-2008, 8:23 PM
If I understand it correctly my mom who is out of state could legally ship an off list pistol to my FFL guy as family transfers are list exempt. Anyone able to confirm this?

Spyder
07-02-2008, 8:57 PM
Nope again. If it goes to the ffl by mail, it is NOT a family or PPT, as far as I know.

marklbucla
07-02-2008, 8:59 PM
If I understand it correctly my mom who is out of state could legally ship an off list pistol to my FFL guy as family transfers are list exempt. Anyone able to confirm this?

Yes. Something about it being a "Gift". Run a search here for more information.

ke6guj
07-02-2008, 9:01 PM
If I understand it correctly my mom who is out of state could legally ship an off list pistol to my FFL guy as family transfers are list exempt. Anyone able to confirm this?

Yes, your out of state mom can ship you an non-rostered pistol through a CA FFL as an intra-familial transfer. However, it is not a PPT, so the FFL is not limited to the $35 total fee, but can charge whatever he wants to.

ohsmily
07-03-2008, 9:52 AM
Nope again. If it goes to the ffl by mail, it is NOT a family or PPT, as far as I know.

You are incorrect. His mother may ship the gun to an FFL here even if it is not on the roster. The FFL will check an exemption (intrafamilial) box. However, this transfer is subject to whatever fee the FFL chooses to charge and is not limited by the 35.00 transfer.

dfletcher
07-03-2008, 10:37 AM
You are incorrect. His mother may ship the gun to an FFL here even if it is not on the roster. The FFL will check an exemption (intrafamilial) box. However, this transfer is subject to whatever fee the FFL chooses to charge and is not limited by the 35.00 transfer.

What verification, if any, is made regarding the intra-family connection?