I am fixing to sell a handgun to one of my crew members. I have known him for several years and participated in his criminal back ground check with our HR department. He has a clean record. All of my field personnel have TWIC cards. I have never sold a firearm to anyone before. I want to make sure i don't break any laws. Can you guys confirm the following is still accurate. Any and all comments are welcome. TY in advance... Face to Face - Personal Sale This is the most common transaction and by far the most profitable one to boot. In the state of Texas you do not have to transfer ownership of the firearm via a dealer, nor do you have to have the firearm re-registered as there is no such firearms registration in the state of Texas. Your only obligation is to reasonably assume that the purchaser is a Texas resident and legally able to own and possess the firearm. Often times people will request a Texas Drivers License to ensure they are a state resident, write a bill of sale, and sometimes take information from the purchaser. All of these are not required, but to some, are good practice to ensure you, as the seller, are performing your duty properly. Each seller's methods vary, and some buyers are defensive about providing personal info to strangers due to identity theft. Once the transaction is performed you are done. There's no paperwork, no phone calls, etc. to be made.