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Posted: 3/13/2002 11:52:06 AM EDT
Do I have to fill out any forms if I buy my gun at a gun show?
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[Last Edit: 3/13/2002 12:29:10 PM EDT by Big_Bear]
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Do I have to fill out the 4473 in CA at a gunshow?
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Are there any free States can I go to if I want to buy a gun (SIG P226 in 9mm), without filling out any government forms (like the 4473).
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Arizona, Nevada(Reno Gun Show Mar 22,23,24), Washington, Idaho, Utah.
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Link Posted: 3/13/2002 1:15:17 PM EDT
You could buy a gun without paperwork in AZ, NV, WA, ID, or UT, but you must be a legal resident of that state
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Just to clarify on that point, not that I'm considering doing anything unlawful, but just out of CURIOSITY do they require that you present a state ID or driver's license in those states if you buy from a gun show?
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 1:49:51 PM EDT
I'd leave Kalifornia if I lived there just bacause of the firearm issues. HeHe, easy for me to say I guess, I live in Arkansas.
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 1:53:26 PM EDT
Well I was actually born in Little Rock, Arkansas, but my family moved out to CA when I was 2 years old, so I've been living here ever since. Now I have my own family, and I've been considering moving to one of the mountain states, maybe Wyoming, Utah, or Arizona. I'll tell you what though, I resent having to fill out a government form and go through a Nazi backround check in order to "qualify" for my RIGHT to self-defense.
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[Last Edit: 3/13/2002 1:58:24 PM EDT by sfoo]
Here's the one answer you can use. [url]www.tanneryshop.com[/url] Buying a firearm in the state of California requires a 4473 with very few exceptions (receiving it via in-state family member being one of them). If you have machining skills, you can get a Sig frame from tannery_shop and build it up. otherwise, enjoy the new 4473. Instead of yes, 8 no's and a yes, it's now different, so don't trip up. Oh, and write "yes" or "no", not "y" or "n" so the handwriting analysis department gets a better sample of your handwriting.
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 2:05:06 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ump45: I'll tell you what though, I resent having to fill out a government form and go through a Nazi backround check in order to "qualify" for my RIGHT to self-defense.
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So would you take part in an armed revolution to restore our rights? Tough to do when you've got TV and cheeseburgers.
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 2:36:20 PM EDT
Originally Posted By thebeekeeper1: Federally, you may buy long guns, from a dealer, in states that are contiguous to your state of residence.
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Are you sure the continguous part is Federal law? I know some states will only let you buy long guns in states that share a border with them, but I've always been under the impression that long gun can go between two residents of any states as long as state laws are respected. I distinctly remember gun dealers in PA told a friend of mine from Florida that there was no trouble selling him a long gun of any sort with his FL ID.
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What do I have to do to legally receive a handgun from a family member who also lives in CA?
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 3:03:39 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ump45: What do I have to do to legally receive a handgun from a family member who also lives in CA?
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See questions 4 and 5 here: [url]http://caag.state.ca.us/firearms/pubfaqs.htm[/url]
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 3:13:21 PM EDT
I smell a [:K]
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 3:33:28 PM EDT
unfortunately you live in the PRK, so yore f*cked. personally i am looking to move to vermont so i can purchase a pistol. one avenue i was considering (and that has been done in the Kalif. situation) is to purchaseout of state and store the weapon there untill you have legal residency. so i could goto Vermont buy a handgun, and store it in say a safety deposit box there. and this would be legal so long as i never took it into NY. but this is kinda shakey i think. someone will correct me i am sure. so for now i will just drool, and bide my time untill i can move. after that its no holds barred..
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 4:39:25 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ump45: Do I have to fill out any forms if I buy my gun at a gun show?
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Is there any mention of having to fill out any forms in the 2nd Amendment?
Link Posted: 3/13/2002 4:50:20 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Imbroglio:
Originally Posted By ump45: Do I have to fill out any forms if I buy my gun at a gun show?
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Is there any mention of having to fill out any forms in the 2nd Amendment?
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It's right after the bit that mentions guaranteeing a "Republican form of government".
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