Originally Posted by Z71bill
I think the current standard - at least in Texas -
Is not - seller does need to do anything to determine if the person is legal to purchase.
It only requires the gun not be sold - IF the seller KNOWS or has a reason to think the buyer is not legally able to buy.
Fair enough. So if Buyer A in the above scenario says the guy showed him a CCW permit, but the guy really never had one, what happens? What about a fake permit? Will the antis accept Buyer A's story?
The other flaw is this - in order to trace the weapon Buyer A must now keep a bound book.