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That is false. They can not refuse. Its not their option All they do is give an approval of the person, not the firearm. If the NiCS check comes back clean, they approve. Period. When I call into the nice ladies, I tell them if the person is a CT PP holder and if the firearm is a "handgun or non handgun". But I never specify if it was a frame or a long gun. I've only had a couple of waits. In one case I got an approval the next day. In another case, I heard nothing after 3 days. I did the transfer without an approval in full compliance with the law as well as my own sense of ethics because I knew the person.The word on the street is DESPP is refusing to transfer anything other than complete firearms. In other words they won't even allow the transfer of a 1911 frame.