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sbjmg
02-20-2008, 12:55 PM
I am gong to to a private party transfer at an FFL of a Rifle. I have three questions.

1. Is there a 10 day waiting period?
2. Do I need to buy a gun lock?
3. Does this fit in the 1 gun per 30 days?

Thanks

Soldier415
02-20-2008, 12:57 PM
I am gong to to a private party transfer at an FFL of a Rifle. I have three questions.

1. Is there a 10 day waiting period?
2. Do I need to buy a gun lock?
3. Does this fit in the 1 gun per 30 days?

Thanks

1. Yes
2. Depends on the place
3. No, PPT's are exempt from the 1 per 30 rule

:D

8200rpm
02-20-2008, 12:58 PM
1. Yes
2. Yes
3. No

sbjmg
02-20-2008, 12:59 PM
It only took 2 minutes to get my answer. Thanks guys.

Fjold
02-20-2008, 1:00 PM
1.) Yes
2.) Not if you have a receipt for a lock purchased within 30 days or you can fill out a safe affidavit.
3.) No

RAD-CDPII
02-20-2008, 1:42 PM
1.) Yes
2.) Not if you have a receipt for a lock purchased within 30 days or you can fill out a safe affidavit.
3.) No

There is another way around this, go to the local PD, they generally give locks away. Have them give you a proof of date receipt on their letterhead. I just did this on Monday when I picked up a PPT on a Kimber, no problems as long as the lock is on the PRK approved list.

SecondAmendmentgirl
02-20-2008, 2:25 PM
The gun lock thing is really annoying and I really don't see a point in a 10 day waiting period for long rifles, if the Brady bunch is so fixated on handguns.

Then again, I know that all guns, especially those over .22LR for handguns and more than a 3 round capacity for shotguns or rifles are the on the anti-s XXXX list.

eaglemike
02-20-2008, 3:45 PM
Something I'm sure most people here will find interesting - some of the free locks given out in the past were not on the "approved" list.

Ironic, eh?

all the best,

Mike

JagerTroop
02-20-2008, 4:48 PM
The gun lock thing is really annoying and I really don't see a point in a 10 day waiting period for long rifles, if the Brady bunch is so fixated on handguns.

Then again, I know that all guns, especially those over .22LR for handguns and more than a 3 round capacity for shotguns or rifles are the on the anti-s XXXX list.

The thing that doesn't make sense is; why must you wait 10 days ("cooling off" period) if you already own a (or several) gun? If I already have one, why, in the heat of passion, would I go and legally purchase one to commit a crime??

It's mind bottling isn't it? You know, where you have all these thoughts trapped in your head like they're in a bottle?