My question should apply to all states but Texas is where I reside. A friend and I were shooting at the local indoor range... won't mention the name. I brought a pistol that I had on Gunbroker and he shot it. He liked it enough to buy it. As we were walking out the door of this range/gun store, an employee approached us and warned us to never discuss a transaction on the property of a FFL holder. He went as far to state that we were in violation of federal law to do that.
Number one, we discussed him buying the gun.
Number two, no money changed hands.
Number three, I still had the gun in my bag as we were leaving the building getting into our cars. We were headed to my hous to finalize the sake and end the Gunbroker auction (which had no bids).
Was this guy out of line?