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rebelfury76 December 18th, 2016 11:14am

In MN it is 100% legal to sell a handgun privately, for cash, with ZERO paperwork. Would you guess that most people who aren't criminals still ask to see appropriate permits and complete bills of sale or just do it paper free.

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knetzere Illinois
12/19/16 4:30 am

Every time I buy from someone I don't know I get a bill of sale with copy of both ids and a pic of the item.

Just in case one of them tries to say I stole it

suppressedID keep Summer safe
12/18/16 10:04 am

Here's my "proper identification"...
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin

knetzere Illinois
12/19/16 3:54 am

I think he's trying to say he would overpay because he is a criminal

rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
12/19/16 4:39 am

Never know, suppressed is kinda nuts when it comes to gun rights

suppressedID keep Summer safe
12/19/16 7:20 am

No. I'm right when it comes to gun nuts.

rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
12/20/16 1:06 pm

It's interesting how you didn't address the issue

knetzere Illinois
12/20/16 4:40 pm

I don't want to put words in your mouth though so correct me if I'm wrong.

knetzere Illinois
12/20/16 4:40 pm

Pretty sure I've seen him say something along the lines of, you shouldn't need to show an id to engage in a constitutionally protected activity, and that he wouldn't have it any other way.

rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
12/21/16 6:13 am

Yeah, I know suppressed and that's definitely not what they said.

knetzere Illinois
12/21/16 12:15 pm

Idk maybe he will come correct me but I'm pretty sure I've heard that. maybe it was a different conversation, not sure, but I know he would never be inconsistent when it comes to something like that.

Blarney Wrightville
12/18/16 9:30 am

I've bought/sold multiple guns here in MO to people off of a local site similar to Craigslist...I can't remember anybody asking for any paperwork, nor did I ask for any that I remember

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bluerum29 optimistic idealist
12/18/16 8:44 am

That's how I would want a gun, no record.

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Zfilakas Eleftheria i Thanatos
12/18/16 8:43 am

I only wouldn't for close friends and acquaintances who I am well familiar with. If I'm selling to a total stranger, I will inform them that I will need to see a concealed carry license. That way I know that they have passed a background check.

Nik
12/18/16 7:12 am

It's the same in CA and NM, buy a gun at a yard sale the only paper you need is cash.
I doubt anyone files info to the state.

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rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
12/18/16 1:24 pm

In COMMIE-FUCKING-FORNIA?

I don't believe that

Nik
12/18/16 1:30 pm

Why wouldn't you believe that?
It is the truth, I've bought guns at yard sales there. I've called the police to make sure it was ok.
If you try taking off the "stereotyping glasses" you might see what truth looks like✌

rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
12/18/16 6:44 pm

Oh shut up, it's California where you can't even carry with a magazine in the mag well, forgive me if I didn't believe what you said at first.

Nik
12/18/16 6:45 pm

Do you believe now?

DunkinFrunk Austin area, Texas
12/18/16 6:42 am

I can guarantee that every citizen I know, does ask for ID and they do a sales receipt for their records. Most buyers run their weapon's serial numbers against the website www.hotgunz.com to make sure they have not been reported stolen.

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DawnDanes New Jersey
12/18/16 6:39 am

What bothers me more is there is no computerized documentation of guns bought and sold in this country. I don't care if you buy, sell or own a gun. Just want there to be a record easily assessable, of guns bought, sold, stolen or lost in this country. All records are kept on paper Congress does not allow for computerized list of guns.

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presrvd Phoenix
12/18/16 8:28 am

If it has names in it, it would violate FOPA, a federal law, hence no lists....

bluerum29 optimistic idealist
12/18/16 8:45 am

There should be no record.

DawnDanes New Jersey
12/18/16 11:30 am

Yes there should be. We register all kinds of things and guns should be at the top of the list. Not because we care what kind or how many guns anyone owns but to help track down stolen and illegal guns and straw purchasers.

bluerum29 optimistic idealist
12/18/16 12:08 pm

I view them like most other assets one purchases and puts in the home; tv, couch, bed, etc. These things are not registered, they are just my items to own. The government shouldn't have record of everything I own.

rebelfury76 No Justice, No Peace
12/18/16 1:25 pm

First you create a list so you know where to send the thugs to confiscate them.

Fuck your list.

Praetorianus Fair enough.
12/18/16 5:15 am

They'll probably want to avoid getting a "hot" gun that has been used in a crime and ask for documentation.

Diogenes FreeMeBe
12/18/16 5:02 am

My buddy needed some cash about 25 years ago. I bought his Red Hawk #68 off the line for $225. Awesome machine!

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nsmith Suck on my freedom
12/18/16 8:26 am

I've always wanted a super Blackhawk but they're just too expensive. I also can't find any legitimate reason to buy a large caliber revolver.