Just a thought
Consider this...the gun store's that have ranges attached, that are in gun friendly states, usually have class 2/3 ffl's. Some, such as the GUN STORE LAS VEGAS, or the ARMS ROOM in Houston have full auto and silenced firearms, and additionally some even have long distance ranges attached just in case you want to shoot the big Barrett(the real Big Barrett-not the california-ized 416 version). What if someone petitioned D.O.J. and/or B.A.T.F. in regards to, someone that lives in a very non-gun friendly state (OURS) purchasing a class 2/3 firearm from a site such as GUNBROKER. All day, everyday the N.F.A. ads say that the weapon can only be sent to a class 2/3 ffl holder. What if it could be legal that a person in CA could purchase one of these firearms, have it shipped to one of the above type class 2/3 ffl holders, pay this ffl holder a nominal fee, which would cover transfer and dros fees(this might be a thing, because it would actually have to be in the name of the store/range), and a monthly storage fee. In exchange this person could go to this store/range and fire his/her firearm anytime they chose to. It sounds to good to be possible, and was just wondering has anyone else ever wondered?