Rifle Transfer Help

Rifle Transfer Help

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    Rifle Transfer Help

    Howdy,

    I live in Virginia and a few years go give a rifle to my wife's cousin who lives in MD.

    He now wants to sell it o another guy in MD.

    Since I was the original purchaser, do I have any problems if he does indeed sell it?

    Thanks, in advance.

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    Typically, for a "non-regulated" rifle just have him get a signed "Sale/Purchase" receipt with the make, model, serial numbers, seller and purchaser with photo ID's, blood type, and a sample of DNA. Just kidding about the blood type and DNA.

    I'm sure someone will pull up the MD transfer rules, but you should be OK.

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    Maryland does not regulate the sale of rifles or shotguns and no permit is required to purchase a rifle or shotgun. Maryland does regulate the sale, transfer, rent and possession of regulated firearms, which consist of handguns and assault weapons. A person who is not a regulated firearms dealer may not sell, rent, transfer, or purchase any regulated firearm without going through a regulated firearms dealer. Alternatively, the prospective seller/transferor and prospective buyer/transferee may complete the transaction through a designated law enforcement agency.
    http://www.nraila.org/gun-laws/state-laws/maryland.aspx
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    Just get her cousin to send you a signed dated receipt saying that you gave/sold him the firearm, and you should be in the clear.
    Then he can do what he want to with it.
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    From what I read I do not believe he can do a Face to Face transfer without going thru a dealer or the State Police
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    I do not believe he can do a Face to Face transfer without going thru a dealer or the State Police
    That is only for a "regulated firearm" unless I missed something?

    Dependent on the rifle, he might need to check and see if it meets the MD definition of an "assault weapon".
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