Would this still be considered an illegal straw purchase?

This is a discussion on Would this still be considered an illegal straw purchase? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Yep... staw it is. I think you would be living within the "intent" of the law. Just not within the "letter" of the law....

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    Yep... staw it is.

    I think you would be living within the "intent" of the law. Just not within the "letter" of the law.

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    Why would anyone broadcast this in public is beyond me.

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    But...my brother, due to where he works, can get a very nice discount on a firearm that I have been wanting for a while. I have the money to get said firearm and would like to get his discount. So, the question is, would it be an illegal straw purchase if I give him the money to get it for me at his discounted price?
    Yep imho that would meet the criteria for a felony .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smith&Wessonfan View Post
    Why would anyone broadcast this in public is beyond me.
    Genuinely curious.....as he probably isn't sure.
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    Genuinely curious.....as he probably isn't sure.
    None the less the question has been answered , and imho we should not partake in any python-esk skits here . No " wink wink nudge nudge " advise on how to circumvent the letter of the law and possibly gain a discount.
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    If that were the case RR, this thread would have been closed a long time ago and the thread starter admonished (or banned) at best for admitting to committing an illegal act.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jualdeaux View Post
    First off. I have no trouble passing the paper. I could go and purchase any legal firearm right now.

    But...my brother, due to where he works, can get a very nice discount on a firearm that I have been wanting for a while. I have the money to get said firearm and would like to get his discount. So, the question is, would it be an illegal straw purchase if I give him the money to get it for me at his discounted price?

    I am not going to do anything illegal and and i'm certainly not going to ask him to do anything illegal but I would be interested to hear the law regarding this.
    If your lawful enough to take the time to ask this question I think you good to go

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    SRFL my bad , just concerned on the issue . I dont think the OP ment harm , but hate to see the thread go south too , so i voiced MY opinion that nothing much more could be added to it at this point ( within the bounds of the law and the board policys ) . Apologys to anyone who took it as i was dissing the thread or the op's question .
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    No worries RR!

    But I think this thread is pretty much run it's course anyway.
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