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    Michigan CPL sale/ purchase form ?

    I am a Michigan CPL holder, I need to know the form that is required for the lawful purchase or sale of a firearm to another Michigan CPL holder. I think I had seen something posted about it a while back but could not find it in my search. Also is it through Michigan State Police or my local police department?

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    http://www.michigan.gov/documents/ri-060_6454_7.pdf

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    should be what you are looking for, it is under "firearm forms" on the Michigan State Police website.

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    I just did a private purchase with no CPL and the form used was the same 10 Day Purchase Permit that I've had to get for new purchase from my local Police Dept. I think that the form is the same with a CPL as there were blanks in the form for the CPL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastmeyers View Post
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    Yeah that look like it; except it was a yellow purchase permit.... So in the future once my CPL is in hand (meeting with GB in june) to which if and when I make a new gun purchase with LGS I only need present them with CPL to which we would fill this form together and I turn it in to LPD within ten days right? If I do a private sale then I'm supposed to fill out the same form and again turn in to the LPD? I'm guessing that the CPL allows me to avoid going to the local PD to ask for the "purchase permit" beforehand but I'm still legally bound to fill out this form and turn it it within the ten day period. Did I get this right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teecro View Post
    Yeah that look like it; except it was a yellow purchase permit.... So in the future once my CPL is in hand (meeting with GB in june) to which if and when I make a new gun purchase with LGS I only need present them with CPL to which we would fill this form together and I turn it in to LPD within ten days right? If I do a private sale then I'm supposed to fill out the same form and again turn in to the LPD? I'm guessing that the CPL allows me to avoid going to the local PD to ask for the "purchase permit" beforehand but I'm still legally bound to fill out this form and turn it it within the ten day period. Did I get this right?
    Correct, you can print them off from the MSP website, or most local PD have stacks of them, you can ask for a few next time you stop in.
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    I thought the form for CPL holders was different, a 3x5 with a couple carbons? Whats it called? I haven't bought a pistol since my CPL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastmeyers View Post
    Correct, you can print them off from the MSP website, or most local PD have stacks of them, you can ask for a few next time you stop in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastmeyers View Post
    most local PD have stacks of them, you can ask for a few next time you stop in.
    I keep a couple RI-60 forms in my glove box just in case I run across a good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stainless1911 View Post
    I thought the form for CPL holders was different, a 3x5 with a couple carbons? Whats it called? I haven't bought a pistol since my CPL.
    RI-60 is the form number. It's called a "Pistol Sales Record."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronson View Post
    I keep a couple RI-60 forms in my glove box just in case I run across a good deal.

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    If I do a Google search for "RI-60", the first hit is a .pdf of the form; very easy to print out and take with you to the potential sale... this is what I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teecro View Post
    Yeah that look like it; except it was a yellow purchase permit.... So in the future once my CPL is in hand (meeting with GB in june) to which if and when I make a new gun purchase with LGS I only need present them with CPL to which we would fill this form together and I turn it in to LPD within ten days right? If I do a private sale then I'm supposed to fill out the same form and again turn in to the LPD? I'm guessing that the CPL allows me to avoid going to the local PD to ask for the "purchase permit" beforehand but I'm still legally bound to fill out this form and turn it it within the ten day period. Did I get this right?
    When you do a sale you do not turn in any form. You keep for your records 1 copy marker sellers copy and you are done.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by maustin195 View Post
    When you do a sale you do not turn in any form. You keep for your records 1 copy marker sellers copy and you are done.,
    Yep... I should have said "private purchase" not private sale; I'm more of a hoarder than a seller....
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    Form RI-060

    Its called, Pistol Sales Record, form RI-060. I downloaded it to my computer and typed in all the info on just one of the four sections and it automatically fills in the other three. So cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruger95 View Post
    Its called, Pistol Sales Record, form RI-060. I downloaded it to my computer and typed in all the info on just one of the four sections and it automatically fills in the other three. So cool.
    I was surprised by the "autofill" feature, too. I was manually printing in the data , when I noticed that my computer cursor was in the first field. You need Acrobat 7.0 or above, I believe , for the autofill to work.

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    Michigan CPL sale/ purchase form ?

    Quote Originally Posted by brentb636 View Post
    I was surprised by the "autofill" feature, too. I was manually printing in the data , when I noticed that my computer cursor was in the first field. You need Acrobat 7.0 or above, I believe , for the autofill to work.
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