Discussion in 'On Topic' started by johnson, Apr 13, 2009.
How does that work?
I think it depends on your state but in TX they just write my CHL number in the blank
The 4473 has a section where the dealer checks that no NICS check was required because they had a permit or license that allows purchaser to posses, acquire, or carry a firearm as approved by the ATF or if they have a approved Form 4 etc etc. Then they fill out the general info for the exemption.
It's the only reason why I got my CHL.
You have to fill out the form, but it doesn't need to be called in.
I never noticed because my dealer does it online and it doesnt take long.
CHP (concealed handgun permit) in NC means no NICS check for me.
ND is the same way. I fill out the paperwork, provide DL and CCW Permit and off I go.
not in VA sadly. but it does mean the 1 gun per month shit doesn't apply
1 gun per month?? where the fuck is that?
hand guns maybe. not long guns
MD it is also AR's and AK's
here its just handguns.
otherwise I'd be fucked, as I have a handgun I have to pick up this week and a rifle next week, and picked up a shotgun 2 weeks ago
though I've heard from my FFL that the BATF puts a flag on "too many guns in too short a period of time". but I dunno
If you buy more than one handgun from the same FFL within a week they have to notify the BATFE.
In WA they still do the federal BG check, but the state one is waived (as is the 1 week wait period) if you have a CPL.
I thought that was two handguns on the same 4473...
at least here, you can't do 2 handguns at the same time, nor in the same 3 week period.
there aren't any such restrictions in this state but it's my understanding that ATF is notified if two handguns are transferred on the same 4473. i don't remember though if you are suggested to do two separate or if you have to do the other the next day to not have them notified.
GFL = no background check at time of purchase in GA