Thread: SELLING TO FFL
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted by M1NM View Post
Just a guess but you should get a signed copy of his FFL before you ship.
Well, since there is not requirement that a FFL give a non-licensee a copy of their FFL and the BATF says to not give a copy of the FFL to a non-licensee, that is really not the case. You should check the status of the FFL on the BATF ezcheck web page (FFLs should also do that).

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Your shipping (to the address on the FFL) documents should include make/model/ser# with a return receipt - that should be enough to show it's no longer in your possesion. It's legal for you to ship directly to an FFL and will save you $.
Retaining the shipping information is a good idea. Only the USPS has a return receipt and non-licensees can not ship a handgun USPS.

This is the CA DOJ which you can fill out showing that you no longer own it:

http://oag.ca.gov/sites/all/files/pd...6NLIP0209.pdf?
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