Ok I have conflicting information on this so I'm asking here. I'd rather take all your words for it than a bunch of guys in the same building who seem not to know what's what. So. I have a pistol in SA. I need it shipped back her, to me, in El Paso. I don't want to go through an FFL. My brother has it by the way. If it HAS to be an FFL, I'll just wait till he can bring it when he visits. So the question is, and this is my understanding: He can ship it TO me, via UPS, undeclared as to avoid prejudice, as long as it is in state lines, from his UPS to my house? I know undeclared is probably agains policy and to be honest I don't give a shit as long as I'm not breaking any laws. I've had two ATF persons tell me yes, and then no. I scoured the internet and it seems like yes. I've gone over all of the policy BS with a UPS employee who informed me it would have to be hud to hud, if declared as a pistol. As stated, I just don't want to break the law. Hell, I send batteries through USPS. Shoot me... Thanks for any and all information.