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  • alfred

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    im am nwe an gest had some questions

    for my 18 b-day i got an old bolt action 20 an was hopping to use for dove an other small game ,but unlike the single shot i have being shooting that is under my dads name this one was my grandfothers an dont know there he got it from will there be a Problem for me shooting it not being
    register under my name
     

    navyguy

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    It was a gift to you. It's your gun now. As juwaba pointed out, we are not required to register guns in Texas. If you buy one from a dealer who has a Federal Firearms License (FFL) you would be required to fill out a 4473 form, but that is not registration, although it can sometimes be used to track down a gun which was used in a crime. If you buy or are give a gun by another Texan, no paperwork is required.

    Enjoy your new gun.
     

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