Originally Posted by bwiese
No. Not quite so fast.
You can't structure such a transfer thru multisteps. There's PC out there I don't recall, I saw it the other week.
While there's no time specified, and dad can decide he doesn't like the gun, such "flipping" would be easily determined from the DROS data.
At best, Dad should spend some time really figuring if he likes the gun or not.
A day at the range? I've determined I don't like a particular firearm after two shots. Really I wouldn't even need to fire a firearm to determine I don't like it...if I don't like how it feels in my hand, don't like the weight, a hundred reasons. And while it is illegal to intentionally avoid an FFL...evidence of such intent is extremely hard to prove...While I agree with the factual essence of your statement...practical application is another issue.