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calokie29 04-04-2013 1:23 PM

FFL in Fresno for intrafamily transfer
 
I'm looking for an FFL in the Fresno area that understands the intrafamily transfer from out of state for non rostered gun. I've called 5 without any luck. I have read "the best of" on here and it explains it very well. Any help would be appreciated.

DazedandConfuzed 04-17-2013 9:12 PM

Any luck finding someone to help? I'm in the same boat...my father has several guns in his collection and wants to give them to me and my sons. I'm hoping to find someone local (SJ) to do the transfers.

kemasa 04-18-2013 9:09 AM

I am not sure that all know how to do the out of state intrafamilial transfer, but some of the FFLs are from here:

http://www.net-ffl.com/CA_net-ffl.html

TANK 04-21-2013 4:12 AM

Why not receive them from your father and fill out the intra-family transfer form and mail it in to the doj within 30 days of receiving the firearm(s), include the 15.00 or 20.00 fee (i think thats what the charge is) your good to go. No need to go thru a ffl and save yourself the $ and hastle.

halifax 04-21-2013 5:34 AM

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Originally Posted by TANK (Post 11149798)
Why not receive them from your father and fill out the intra-family transfer form and mail it in to the doj within 30 days of receiving the firearm(s), include the 15.00 or 20.00 fee (i think thats what the charge is) your good to go. No need to go thru a ffl and save yourself the $ and hastle.

Because if the firearm crosses statelines it MUST go through an FFL in the transferee's state per Federal law.

TANK 04-21-2013 5:43 AM

That's what I get for thinking while on night shift :facepalm:

halifax 04-21-2013 5:46 AM

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Originally Posted by TANK (Post 11149889)
That's what I get for thinking while on night shift :facepalm:

Not entirely your fault. Even the CA DOJ has advised similarly without regard to Federal law.


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