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Private Party Purchase in Nevada

solus

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First, forum mandates states we do not advocate illegal activities!

Second, most states do not allow their citizens to have multiple driver’s licenses unless they spend xyz time in their residence in the state, e.g. snowbirds maintain dual residences!

Third, define ‘private party firearms “purchase”’, handgun(s) or LG(s) purchased from your brother or ‘friend’ or?

Fourth, see first item of my post and think how you have posted on a very public forum you have two driver’s licenses...[hint delete is your friend]
 

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202.254. Private person authorized to obtain background check on person who wishes to obtain firearm; fee.
1. Except as otherwise provided in section 6 of this act, an unlicensed person shall not sell or transfer a firearm to another unlicensed person unless a licensed dealer first conducts a background check on the buyer or transferee in compliance with this section.
2. The seller or transferor and buyer or transferee shall appear jointly with the firearm and request that a licensed dealer conduct a background check on the buyer or transferee.
3. A licensed dealer who agrees to conduct a background check pursuant to this section shall take possession of the firearm and comply with all requirements of federal and state law as though the licensed dealer were selling or transferring the firearm from his or her own inventory to the buyer or transferee, including, but not limited to, all recordkeeping requirements,...

202.254a. The provisions of NRS 202.254 do not apply to:
3. The sale or transfer of a firearm between immediate family members, which for the purposes of this chapter means spouses and domestic partners and any of the following relations, whether by whole or half blood, adoption, or step- relation: parents, children, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

 
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