FFL/FTF opinion question

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  • Which would you choose, all else equal?

    • FFL the out-of-state gun

      Votes: 0 0.0%
    • FTF the in-state gun

      Votes: 23 100.0%

    • Total voters
      23

    Dust

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    Nov 24, 2008
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    Mito, Japan/Georgetown, Texas
    My dad is very much a "from my cold dead hands" kinda guy. Now that "he" is in office, dad is really frazzled. I don't really go that far to the left, but .. Anyway, my question is, how are FFLs handled? If I buy an unliked by the new reich rifle, would the FFL be another way to track the gun down?

    The hypothetical situation

    2 guns, private sales. All else equal. One far away, and one a few hours by car. Same price, same everything. Would you buy the out-of-state gun and FFL transfer it, or buy the local gun and drive 2 hours to pick it up?
    Guns International
     

    sbw9056

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    Oct 25, 2008
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    Katy,TX
    I would do the FTF. You can examine the merchandise before purchase. There would be no record of the transaction and no transfer fees.
     

    Jeff B

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    May 28, 2008
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    Flower Mound, TX
    It's not about the money, its about the trail. The central government has no business knowing what I have purchased or have in my own inventory.

    Jeff B.
     

    mac79912

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    Mar 4, 2008
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    I like dealing FTF as you usually can also get a better deal.Shipping and transfer fee's can really add up after a while.
     
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