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Thread: Another consequence of I-594

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    Another consequence of I-594

    Earlier this week I made a trip into my favorite FFL to renew my membership a local gun range and to drool on their counter a bit. (I can't imagine the Windex bill for an FFL).

    Anyhow, I also wanted to talk to them about selling a S&W Airweight 38+p on consignment. They told me that with the passing of I-594 they now have to do so much additional paperwork for a consignment sales that they just aren't worth it, and they no longer do them. Frikk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Federal law already required a NICS background check to be conducted upon the return of a firearm to the original owner if it did not sell. I-594 did not change anything in that regard.
    Interesting. Would anything have changed with regards to me giving it to them to sell initially?

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