This is a discussion on Background Checks within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Is there any difference between the background check for a long gun and a handgun? I know that age is an issue but I assume ...
Is there any difference between the background check for a long gun and a handgun? I know that age is an issue but I assume the rest is the same. If anyone know it would be appreciated.
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Isn't the background check for a rifle longer?
Magazine <> clip - know the difference
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ok, stupid question here, VA resident, is full backround check done at wal-mart to purchase a rifle?
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For a semiautomatic rifle such as the AR-15, which I bought from RRA last year, it requires a 3rd photo ID (my CHP don't cut it since it does not contain a photo) as it is considered and assault weapon. Only having my military ID and driver's license, I drove a few min. back to the house to get my passport, which I did. After that, it was a snap.
That's crazy, here it's just your driver's license or state id. If you show your CHL, then all you do is fill out the paperwork and take your gun, many don't even run the check at all.
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Here in Ky you fill out the form, show them your Concealed Carry Permit and you're out the door. They don't have to phone it in.
It varies from state-to-state.
In Kansas we don't have a fast track via CCH. We all get to fill out a 4473 and get called in no matter what. (unless buying from a private party)