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    Registering a hand gun

    I have owened this hand gun for 18 years. I bought it from the orig with a bill of sale but now would like to get it registered in my name to carry with an ccw/oc..... ( is this possibile ) after all these years ( missouri )

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    There is no registration in Missouri.

    http://www.opencarry.org/register.html

    You are fine.

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    Actually there is no registration in the majority of the states. Just stay out of NY, NJ, CA and a few others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLT View Post
    Yep. What you are asking to do is impossible in Missouri... the way it should be.
    You are right. I have talk to the ATF and they told me to just write down the serial no and take a picture witch is what the Leo told me to do, Say la Vee and oh well, Happy OC and thanks.

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    I wouldn't be asking BATFE or local LEOs for firearms advice, legal or otherwise. These folks aren't motivated by your rights interests. (I am not saying that they are specifically trying to violate your rights; it's just not the goal of their mission to ensure that your rights are protected.) Almost everyone on this board is motivated by the retention and restoration your individual RKBA. You'll get advice that serves your rights interests far better from one of us than from LE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eye95 View Post
    I wouldn't be asking BATFE or local LEOs for firearms advice, legal or otherwise. These folks aren't motivated by your rights interests. (I am not saying that they are specifically trying to violate your rights; it's just not the goal of their mission to ensure that your rights are protected.) Almost everyone on this board is motivated by the retention and restoration your individual RKBA. You'll get advice that serves your rights interests far better from one of us than from LE.
    Thank you and I will continue to read and ask questions on this forum.... Luv my rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear View Post
    You are right. I have talk to the ATF and they told me to just write down the serial no and take a picture witch is what the Leo told me to do, Say la Vee and oh well, Happy OC and thanks.
    ??

    What reason did they give for this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrightme View Post
    ??

    What reason did they give for this?
    If your weapon ever got lost or stolen , then got found and they run the serial number the would return it to the original owner. You have your paper work that shows you are the owner now and have the serial no. to report it if was not bought through a dealer with a FTL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear View Post
    If your weapon ever got lost or stolen , then got found and they run the serial number the would return it to the original owner. You have your paper work that shows you are the owner now and have the serial no. to report it if was not bought through a dealer with a FTL.
    I can replace a stolen gun. It would be harder to replace a confiscated gun if it came to that. I am not going to voluntarily give the government the tools that they could later use to violate my rights.

    No. I won't voluntarily register my gun(s), however many of them I have.

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    There exists Registration of HandGuns in The State of Nevada, however; such Registration is ONLY Permisasble in a County, or a City therein, that has a Population of atleast 400,000 Persons, in accordance with the last Official DeCennial Census . The ONLY County in Nevada, thus, that Qualifies is: Clark County.
    Longguns CANNOT be made to Register.

    Relevant Nevada Statutes: NRS 244.364(3) AND NRS 268.418(3).

    Historical Note: The Nevada State Legisalture 'Grand-Fathered' pre-1989 Local Firearm-related Ordinances when the above mentioned two Nevada Statues were implemented, however; in the mids-2000's, The Nevada Legislature Revised the exception to ONLY allow continued Registration of Privately-owned HandGuns ONLY in Clark County, and around The Las Vegas Area.

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