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Discussion in 'Stolen Property & Criminality' started by Mike1234567, Jul 28, 2016.
That was some BS Obama gave us.
This explains it, I’ll see if I can find the form so you can see what’s on it. BTW, there is also a similar rule for long guns in certain places along the border. https://www.atf.gov/resource-center...firearms-sales-or-other-disposition-reporting
The ATF gets a lot of info when you “qualify” for a multiple purchase. Just check out the forms I linked, this also goes to the Chief law Enforcement Officer.
Learn something new everyday. I had not heard this before. Thanks for the link.
Is the individual making the purchase made aware of this at the time of purchase, or is it just done by the FFL?
I purchased 2 ARs at same time about 12 months ago, and nothing was said to me.
looks like I made another government list. I think they know more about me than I do.
I purchased 2 handguns at a pawnshop a few years back and never heard anything about it from them.
It’s done after the purchase so most likely the buyer is not told. I usually tell my customers.
Applies to handguns only.
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