I was wondering when you sell a hand gun or any gun to another individual what paperwork do you have to do? because if you sell it privitaly isint it still in your name from the origional transaction at the dealer? thanks for any info
You don't have to do anything. It is what the mis-informed and Libs and anti-gun folks call the "GUNSHOW LOOPHOLE".
And long may the flag of freedom wave.....Imagine, being able to sell an item that is your personal, private property without asking for the Federal Governments permission.
They are working hard to change that. They haven't done it yet.
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Ok, I do not "know" for sure if paperwork needs to be done or not. However, I am willing to take your words that it does not.
Can anyone tell me why the majority of people selling items in the classified section stipulate: "Must be willing to, show Indiana Driver's License, LCTH, and sign a bill of sale"
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what do you have to do paperwork wise when selling a firearm? wouldent the firearm still be in your name from when you filled out the paperwork at the dealer? is there anything to report to the PD or something so its no longer in your name thanks for any info - Joe
The 4473 checks you not the firearm, no gun registraction in Indiana, you can sell a firearm to a non felon Indiana resident over 18 with no paperwork, if you want to CYA you can take it to a FFL and have them do the transfer, most charge for this service