Originally Posted by redwing carson
Federal law requires the seller and buyer to file a seperate Multi-purchase form when buying more than one firearm. This is Federal law regardless of where you live.
We have Constl. Carry or CCW if you choose. I don't care about eastern politics but. All modern handgun control registration, permits etc orginated in the South. The most restrictive gun laws were passed and signed by Southern Presidents. Clinton [Ark] Assault Weapons ban. LBJ[Txs] the horrible 1968 Gun Control Law and added the BATF to control American gun owners.
If you are going to quote laws, please get them correct. The law you mention ONLY applies to FFLs, and ONLY applies to pistols.
If I go to Frank's Gun Shop and buy two pistols within a five-day period, Frank has to fill out the "multi-handgun purchase" form. I, as the buyer, don't have to do anything except take my guns home.
If I go to Frank's Gun Shop and buy five rifles and three shotguns, no forms are filled out (except for the verdammt 4473) by either of us. I take my guns and leave, and Frank closes early and takes his wife out to dinner.
If I go to my neighbor's yard sale and buy three pistols, I take my guns and go home while he sticks the money in his pocket quickly before his wife sees it. Again, no forms by either of us.
So I, the buyer, don't fill out squat. Unless it is pistols (not all firearms) nothing is filled out. And the only one that has to fill 'em is an FFL, not just "any seller".
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