Dealer: Would loose FFL and be locked up, there is no such thing as 'private' sale
when you have the FFL you cannot sell to someone under 21. The feds won't care
that it was a gun in his family for 250 years, they just want to stop all sales and will
use any excuse to achieve that end.
Parents: Get new ones. Shop around and check under the hood this time.
If you have dependable transportation to visit your friend in prison for the straw
purchase, and he trusts you to supply cigarettes so his outie stays that way.....
He can't buy the gun with the intent to sell it to you. He can buy a gun, find out
he doesn't like the way it shoots, or his wife tells him to GET RID OF THAT THING NOW!
got me a one that way cheap. then he sells to the first one to show with the cash.
Just look for private sales, mags, internet, "Gun Shows". Takes longer to find
what you want that way, but you don't have much of a choice.
Just remember, even private sellers can refuse to sell to an 18yo.
33 more days and Short Barrel Shotguns are legal in alabama, and they work as
good as a revolver in an urban environment. :celebrate