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    Hi im just wondering if there is a certain outline thatI can follow to writeup an agreementwhen handing a handgun over to someone else, so that person has all rights to whatever may happen to the gun.Thanks

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    Thank you! This is very helpful!

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    okay well no worries there.. Thank you I just want to make sure im doing this all right

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    if you dont know the person do a bill of sale if you think they're shaddy go to an ffl.

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    Whats an ffl??

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    We don't have any form of registration in AZ. Just give 'em the gun. If it makes you feel better, see an FFL, otherwise you don't need to do any of that.

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    I recently sold an AR-15 to someone who wanted all my 'information' and such a bill of sale.

    I made it a point to explain what a kook he was, and that I'm not participating in any Liberal Gun Registration crap. I told him if he wants to buy it, he'll have to conduct himself like a civilized, rational person; I'm not giving him any of that 'information.'

    He decided not to be a Communist and that was that.
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    katiebabe3 wrote:
    Hi im just wondering if there is a certain outline thatI can follow to writeup an agreementwhen handing a handgun over to someone else, so that person has all rights to whatever may happen to the gun.
    Except in only a couple states which do not have private sales but allow some non-FFL transfers (e.g., IL & MA), a bill of sale is not needed - just shake and exchange the gun for cash.

    Private transfers are an important strategic structural mechanism to ensure that gun registration thru ATF Form 4473 cannot be fully accomplished - most guns are transferred privately at least one time in their life - I reccommend that sellers do not keep records of the transfers unless required by state law for this reason.

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    NavyLT wrote:
    ixtow wrote:
    I recently sold an AR-15 to someone who wanted all my 'information' and such a bill of sale.

    I made it a point to explain what a kook he was, and that I'm not participating in any Liberal Gun Registration crap. I told him if he wants to buy it, he'll have to conduct himself like a civilized, rational person; I'm not giving him any of that 'information.'

    He decided not to be a Communist and that was that.
    Let me get this straight... the BUYER wanted all of the SELLER'S information?!?! :what:

    Definitely no deal on that one!
    Yes, it was extremely assclown.

    The guy had a CCW, and kept bringing it up...


    "The fourth man's dark, accusing song had scratched our comfort hard and long..."
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    "Be not intimidated ... nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your Liberties by any pretense of Politeness, Delicacy, or Decency. These, as they are often used, are but three different names for Hypocrisy, Chicanery, and Cowardice." - John Adams

    Tyranny with Manners is still Tyranny.

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