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What / How Do One Go About Selling A Rifle?

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Just a question.

I know when you go to the store to buy a rifle / shotgun, they check with the ATF to make sure you can legally purchase a rifle/shotgun but what happens if a private party is selling it?

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I have bought a few guns from priv parties before and I made sure they recived a copy of my drivers lic and a bill of sale. when the transaction took place.

what you selling???

JJklein77atcomastdotnet

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yea, what are U selling? I'm looking for a used pump shotgun. If you are selling one let me know, I might be interested.

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I wasn't selling anything, I was just curious because I see alot of rifles for sale on the forum was just curious is all.

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I'm not aware of any requirements with regard to registration, etc but if you are selling it's probably a good idea to record whom you sold it to, their address, contact information, and when you sold it. If it for some reason is used in the future while committing a crime, you could have difficulty explaining.

Bob

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