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Originally Posted by ChuteTheMall View Post
I recently spoke to a BATF agent about this, and he confirmed that transferring handguns to an out of state relative must go thru an FFL in that other state. There are no "private, face to face transactions" across state lines.

Same rules for gifts, sales, and inheritances. I didn't ask about long guns.

No FFL is required for inheritance firearms to cross state lines. Note inheritance means it was LEFT TO YOU BY NAME IN THE PERSONS WILL. If say your dad dies and everything goes to your mom and she gives you his shotgun that is NOT inheritance. Also the person who receives the inheritance must insure the item is LEGAL in their state of residence.
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