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Out-Of-State Handgun Purchase

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by G26Fix, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. G26Fix

    G26Fix Luke 22:36

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    (This question is for my dad, but to keep it simple i will act as though it were me....)

    I live in NC and work with a guy that lives in SC. He has a is pistol for sale that I want to buy. How must I do this legally? I am under the impression that a FFL MUST transfer the handgun for me, is this correct?

    Thanks for you input....
     
  2. NC Bullseye

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    You're correct. FFL to FFL for out of state purchase on handguns. This keeps the hassles to near zero.
     

  3. Glock'N'Load

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    Sorry to hijack your thread but what about face to face in NC I have a concealed carry permit. how do I know the other guy is on the up and up
     
  4. hagar

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    Can you meet somebody from out of state at an FFL dealer in your state, and do a face to face transfer through the FFL?
     
  5. Glock'N'Load

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    yes you can do that. i know that is probably the best option but the dealer is going to charge you for his services. around here it is anywhere from $25-$50 per transaction.