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Beelzy
02-06-2009, 4:46 PM
Ok, I have a relative in a free State who wishes to buy a Reg. Assault
Weapon from me.

I heard that Second Amendment Sports in Bakersfield is a approved
AW permit holder for transfers. However they only do that for LEOs!! :(

So, how does one "sell" a RAW out of State if there are no AW dealers to
do the transfer??

Does anyone here know anyone how has a AW permit that will do a PPT?

What a predicament.

chickenfried
02-06-2009, 4:50 PM
Dang that sucks you can't even sell it out of state without jumping through some hoops.

NeoWeird
02-06-2009, 4:52 PM
Why sell a RAW? Seriously? I mean, is it REALLY that hard for him, in a free state, to buy a $200 lower from a regular FFL?

Then again, I guess it's not THAT big of a deal. I mean you can always just go buy another one yourself. :rolleyes:

Beelzy
02-06-2009, 4:59 PM
I wish it was that simple, the AW in question is made of Unobtainium.

ohsmily
02-06-2009, 4:59 PM
Just remember that if you sell it, you will never be able to get another one, at least in the current CA climate.

ohsmily
02-06-2009, 5:00 PM
I wish it was that simple, the AW in question is made of Unobtainium.

That was his point; you CAN'T get another one. So why sell it????

aplinker
02-06-2009, 5:15 PM
That was his point; you CAN'T get another one. So why sell it????

I think his point might be that to out of state people it's made of it, as well.

Some people have enough RAWs that selling one could make sense.

thedrickel
02-06-2009, 6:07 PM
Can you remove the features or drive it to a post office in NV?

hawk1
02-06-2009, 6:14 PM
Can you remove the features or drive it to a post office in NV?

No reason to remove anything if it's reg'd to him. Drive it out of state (following all the law, rules, and regs) and ship it to his FFL for transfer. Be sure his FFL will accept from a private individual such as yourself. Most will with a copy of your drivers license included.
When you get back home, file the paperwork to unregister the AW.

thedrickel
02-06-2009, 6:17 PM
If it's a Cat 3 AW (features), the features could be removed . . . making it a non-AW . . . and the OP could ship it normally.

DedEye
02-06-2009, 6:51 PM
If it's a Cat 3 AW (features), the features could be removed . . . making it a non-AW . . . and the OP could ship it normally.

Wouldn't he need to de-reg it as well?