- Mar 27, 2007
- New Hampshire
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He was apologetic, he said he knows he’s been screwing up. His life is falling apart, etc, etc.What did he say in response? Was he like, chill, man, no reason to get crazy or was he like, yeah, I'll get it to you Wednesday. If it was the latter it's likely your gun is long gone.
He has some disturbing Google reviews. For whatever that is worth.
Is it?That makes it even easier: it’s a private transfer, no 4473 or NICS.
I'm sure he's going to finally make good, on the eve of the worlds greatest food based holiday.I told him I was done with the BS excuses. He said he’d have it to me one way or another Wednesday. I told him if not, I’m going to Derry police and the ATF and reporting it stolen.
Meh, I’m not an FFL, but when you’re in the business of selling firearms (FFL) what your business possesses, needs to be in the book. When you work on someone’s gun for hire, sign it into book, then out of book. For it to be in his shop on consignment, into his book, and out when he sells it, or returns it un-sold to original owner. FFL needs to do 4473 to take things out of book….When it goes into consignment does ownership get transferred to FFL?
ETA: I am think of MA.
Meh, it’s on his book now. If it shows up on aTo be clear, I‘m primarily concerned that a firearm I purchased is unrecoverable. I either get it back or I get disposition of it. It’s a Kahr P40. I don’t expect much financial restitution for a 40 cal Kahr.
Meh, it’s on his book now. If it shows up on a
Crime scene in Boston or Chicago, you’re not the last person on the paper trail. Even if you were, if it’s stolen, it’s stolen.