Hi all, I had an interesting hypothetical question come to mind recently. I know that sellers requiring a Bill of Sale for FTF transactions generates a lot of spirited debate on this forum. Personally, I prefer my privacy and don't like to hand out my personal info to someone I just met and am likely to only meet once. However, what about the case of a FTF sale where the firearm being sold is a C&R eligible item and the seller is an 03 FFL? In this instance, the seller is required by federal law to take down the personal info of the buyer (Name, address, DOB, and DL/ID number if I remember correctly). One of the reasons I've seen Bills of Sale objected to is that they are not legally required and often cause more problems than they solve. But in this hypothetical involving C&R licensees and items, the legal situation is entirely different. So I guess my real question is what is the general opinion of members here on doing such sales? Would it be a deal breaker? Would it be fine with some so long as the seller advised the buyer of the requirements/situation well beforehand?