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harley66
03-15-2006, 5:24 PM
Does anyone know of a "loophole" or way around a FFL needed to do a PPT with a long gun - Not a handgun or AW? was told that the FFL was not really needed for a PPT on a long gun??? Tried calling DOJ but of course had to leave a message - ya, good luck on that one...

C.G.
03-15-2006, 5:28 PM
Does anyone know of a "loophole" or way around a FFL needed to do a PPT with a long gun - Not a handgun or AW? was told that the FFL was not really needed for a PPT on a long gun??? Tried calling DOJ but of course had to leave a message - ya, good luck on that one...

Unless it is a C & R rifle, you do need an FFL to transfer.

maxicon
03-15-2006, 6:19 PM
There are also exceptions for certain family members - parent-child, grandparent-child.

I think that's about it.

Mesa Tactical
03-15-2006, 7:11 PM
To clarify the C&R transfer rule, basically any long gun 50 years old or older (that is not otherwise prohibited or an assault weapon) can be PPT'd with no paperwork required.*

These days, there are a heck of a lot of nice old milsurps that are over 50 years old.


* This means within the state; also, private parties are really private parties: an FFL must do all the DROSing and 4473 and stuff if he sells a C&R to you, unless you have a C&R license yourself.