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Old 09-14-2010, 7:28 AM
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Default process to sell a long gun to NV resident?

whats the process to sell my shotgun to a resident in nevada?
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Old 09-14-2010, 10:43 AM
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have your FFL dealer in ca, ship to his FFL dealer in Nevada.
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Old 09-14-2010, 11:22 AM
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have your FFL dealer in ca, ship to his FFL dealer in Nevada.
What about a FTF transfer?
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Old 09-14-2010, 11:51 AM
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I think you can hand deliver it to the NV FFL. Interstate transfers must go through an FFL in the buyer's state.
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:27 PM
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Correct. You can FTF in Nevada. But you need to do it at an ffl. That way it can be 4473'd. The buyer will be able to take it home immediately, as long as he/she passes.
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:58 PM
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BASICALLY I WANTED TO KNOW SO I CAN TRADE HIM MY MOSSEBERG 500 FOR HIS GLOCK 23 I CANT RESIST THIS TRADE AND THE GUY IN NV IS MY WIFES COUSIN..BUT I KNOW I HAVE TO DO THE FFL HERE TRANSFER IT FROM NV TO CA AND WAIT 10 DAYS...
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Old 09-14-2010, 1:39 PM
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if you go to NV, he can take possession of your Mossburg at the FFL or Metro Station. The Glock needs to be sent to your CA FFL. You will not be able to take it across state lines and bring it to the FFL yourself.

You probably already know this, but I wanted to make sure it was clear on what the procedure was since your last post was a bit unclear.
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BASICALLY I WANTED TO KNOW SO I CAN TRADE HIM MY MOSSEBERG 500 FOR HIS GLOCK 23 I CANT RESIST THIS TRADE AND THE GUY IN NV IS MY WIFES COUSIN..BUT I KNOW I HAVE TO DO THE FFL HERE TRANSFER IT FROM NV TO CA AND WAIT 10 DAYS...
FEDERAL LAWS prohibits the transfer of firearms between non-licensed residents of different states, unless the transfer is done through a FFL dealer in the recipiant's state of residence.

For the transfer of the shotgun to be legal, you and your wife's cousin goto a NV FFL dealer. You give the shotgun to the NV FFL dealer, your wife's cousin does a 4473 & pays tranfer fee. NV FFL dealer runs a NICS check on him, if he comes up good-to-go, NV FFL dealer hands the shotgun to your wife's cousin and he takes it home.

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What about a FTF transfer?
Due to Federal laws that have been in place since 1968, it will be a Federal felony to perform a FTF transfer between non-licensed residents of different states.
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BASICALLY I WANTED TO KNOW SO I CAN TRADE HIM MY MOSSEBERG 500 FOR HIS GLOCK 23 I CANT RESIST THIS TRADE AND THE GUY IN NV IS MY WIFES COUSIN..BUT I KNOW I HAVE TO DO THE FFL HERE TRANSFER IT FROM NV TO CA AND WAIT 10 DAYS...
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have your FFL dealer in ca, ship to his FFL dealer in Nevada.
Why would you use an FFL to ship it? You can ship it yourself.

No need to add extra fees for no reason. Unless you're just the type who really likes wasting money.
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Why would you use an FFL to ship it? You can ship it yourself.

No need to add extra fees for no reason. Unless you're just the type who really likes wasting money.
from reading the posting i stand corrected i had believed one had to go through a ffl here in ca to get it to someone in another state.
as in not hand carried to there ffl.

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and i am as cheep as they come. can you loan me $40 thousand till 2040.

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