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    So, after I went shooting today to try out my new Springfield XD-40 4" Service model came home and made dinner for the wife. BUT we out of milk and nothing to drink with dinner. So I still had my gun strapped to my hip from shooting and decided, "Hey, I'll go get some milk and drinks." So off I went to the Conoco gas station down the street. I went in and just went to get some drinks and milk and went to the counter. The guy did his normal stuff, "Is that all for you?" "Yes," I said as I took out my credit card. "Credit or debit?" "Credit." I got the receipt and looked at it and had like "Vehicle ID/License Number." The guy said, "Oh, sorry." I signed, saying, "What you charge me for alcohol? Whole background check. BCI just did that too me." They laughed. The girl behind the counter seemed to be revealed that I said that. She didn't even make eye contact with me. I thanked them and left. They said something behind me and I'm sure it was about my gun on my right hip, but nothing more. So yeah, my first OC experience. Not bad, not bad. Next, Wal-Mart.
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    Keep it up!

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    Great stuff, there's a pamphlet that someone made that has the basic gunlaws in it, I know that it's somewhere on the site, I keep it with me all the time when i OC

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    Do you remember where it is?
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    ScottyT made that, you can get it here: Utah Gun Law Pamphlet

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    Thank you Dave, I need to learn how to put links in my posts.

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    thx997303 wrote:
    Thank you Dave, I need to learn how to put links in my posts.
    Just use these brackets [] and then put url=http://yoururlhere.com inside the first set then put the text you want to show up and then close with /url in another set of brackets like this:


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    Ok so like this,

    Achmed


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    What the difference between an 18 year old owning a pistol and a 21 year old purchasing a firearm? Don't you have to purchase to own? Or could I (22) buy a gun and give it to someone 18 as a gift and transfer it over to them or something like that?
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    I believe that would be considered a straw purchase, I think it really comes down to inheriting and things like that, there may be some gray area on the gift thing, like giving them a handgun you have owned for a while. But I am unsure on this.

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    My buddy's dad owned several guns and then disappeared to Austrialia (who, I spelled that right!) and hasn't come back so he got his dad's 9mm. I believe that is considered inheriting, right? How do they get it transferred to him?
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    Oh lord in heaven you know my brother! unless of course there are more people out there whose dad dissappeared into australia and left a 9mm. S&W of course model 5943 in 9mm with a CC holster. Yeah our brother in law has that gun right now. If he needs to know just tell him to ask his brother. I'll send you a pm.

    Oh and the Model 10 I carry is one of those "inherited" firearms, along with a .222 rifle that was "inherited" and a nice tac shotgun, also "inherited" He just happened to leave enough guns that we all got one. Lovely that.

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    thx997303 wrote:
    Ok so like this,

    Achmed
    I Love watching Jeff. I just watched an hour worth. Can I say....HILARIOUS. ROTFLMAO.

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    Yeah I needed a link and the first thing I thought was Achmed the dead terrorist. Good news is that Outsiders buddy is my brother and he is interested in OC! Hope to get him to some OC meets.

    Oh and I just thought of something, as far as transferring it into someone else's name, gun registration is not a requirement by law, so transferring a firearm needs no documentation unless it is a full automatic weapon manufactured before 1986.'

    So he does not need to transfer it into his name

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    YEAH!!!

    Jeff Dun-Ham!!!
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    thx997303 wrote:
    Ok so like this,

    Achmed
    Or this: Walter

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    My wife likes Peanut the most though "Jingle Bombs" is one of my new favorite Christmas songs.

    "Then I got shot in the a$$ by the US Military."

    :celebrate:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate:celebrate :celebrate:celebrate:celebrate
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    thx997303 wrote:
    Yeah I needed a link and the first thing I thought was Achmed the dead terrorist. Good news is that Outsiders buddy is my brother and he is interested in OC! Hope to get him to some OC meets.

    Oh and I just thought of something, as far as transferring it into someone else's name, gun registration is not a requirement by law, so transferring a firearm needs no documentation unless it is a full automatic weapon manufactured before 1986.'

    So he does not need to transfer it into his name
    Well that is good to know for your brother. Don't give him anymore goff about it.
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    Jef-fa-fa dun-ham dot-com!!! I love it! My favorite quote from walter is "Way to go dumb a$$, bet you can't freekin' do it again!"



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    Outsider wrote:
    What the difference between an 18 year old owning a pistol and a 21 year old purchasing a firearm? Don't you have to purchase to own? Or could I (22) buy a gun and give it to someone 18 as a gift and transfer it over to them or something like that?
    To purchase a new firearm from a dealer, non handgun, you need to be 18. To purchase a new handgun from a dealer, you need to be 21. In the state of Utah, to purchase any firearm privately, like through KSL, you need to be 18, unless accompanied my a parent.

    76-10-509.9. Sales of firearms to juveniles.
    (1) A person may not sell any firearm to a minor under 18 years of age unless the minor is accompanied by a parent or guardian.
    (2) Any person who violates this section is guilty of a third degree felony.

    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Outsider wrote:
    What the difference between an 18 year old owning a pistol and a 21 year old purchasing a firearm? Don't you have to purchase to own? Or could I (22) buy a gun and give it to someone 18 as a gift and transfer it over to them or something like that?
    To purchase a new firearm from a dealer, non handgun, you need to be 18. To purchase a new handgun from a dealer, you need to be 21. In the state of Utah, to purchase any firearm privately, like through KSL, you need to be 18, unless accompanied my a parent.

    76-10-509.9. Sales of firearms to juveniles.
    (1) A person may not sell any firearm to a minor under 18 years of age unless the minor is accompanied by a parent or guardian.
    (2) Any person who violates this section is guilty of a third degree felony.
    Is private also thought of like at a gunshow?

    Maz, I hear you there!
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    If you buy a firearm from a dealer at the gun show, all rules and a background checkwill apply. If you buy a firearm from a private party attending the gun show, it is the same as buying one on KSL.
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    Yeah, I never understood what this supposed "Gun Show Loophole" was. As far as I can tell, there is no loophole (at least not now), whatever is done at the Gun Show can be done anytime, anywhere. Stupid.

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    Yeah, I never understood what this supposed "Gun Show Loophole" was. As far as I can tell, there is no loophole (at least not now), whatever is done at the Gun Show can be done anytime, anywhere. Stupid.
    Well like what was said if its a dealer you go through all the same checks like at a store, but I do remember going to some gun showsback a while ago and being told you dont need to do the check.

    The very first gun I bought was at a gun show here in Sandy, UT in 2004. Itwas a sporterized 1903 A4, from a guy that had a booth, he was selling guns from a estate sale, some girls dad left her all kinds of guns and she didnt want anything to do with them, I told him she was stupid, he said she just wanted the money from them. I paid $200 cash, he did want to see an ID to make sure I was 18 though.

    So there is plenty of people at shows to buy from with no background check, which reminds me... A guy at work wants to buy my Walther P1, he has felony charges (for drugs)so I told him no and sorry I had to be that way but I'm not getting into trouble like that.

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    Outsider, what do you mean goff? I only ever remember telling him it was legal and if he wanted to know anything about it he could ask me if he so desired. I will however stop calling him at almost midnight. He doesn't seem to like being woke up.

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