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Old 07-05-2015, 08:06 PM   #21
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BRG, could you post a pic of the other side of that, please?
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Old 07-05-2015, 08:07 PM   #22
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Funny you said that.....I Was working on a home yesterday .And the H/O is living out of a RV In front of the place ..NICE RV!!! They had a family outing with kids running all over the grounds ... It's an old farm place . About the time I started winding up two little ones walked in the house and handed me a plate full of chocolate chip cookies.. [still warm] And wished me a happy 4th of July !
Cookies and guns, it don't get better than that!
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That right there is how you show and raise a child how to be
Awesome people to work for Too . And no 20 questions . They walk in and say hello .. Have a nice day and That's It.
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BRG, could you post a pic of the other side of that, please?
As requested Sir.....
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Cookies and guns, it don't get better than that!
I know....right?

Warm kid-delivered cookies......

I'm going to force the boy to make and then bring me some.....right now.
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As far as I'm aware gifted guns are classified as "straw purchases" no matter what state you are in. The law treads a fine line but it's not allowed. It was not long ago the Supreme Court ruled on it. I know it's def illegal in VA as I was with my wife when I got my AR and they wouldn't allow her to buy me the gun in her name. If she would have kept her mouth shut and said it was for her then there wouldn't have been any issue but the buyer can get a bunch of jail time here if they buy a gun as a gift even if the person receiving the gift is legally allowed to own firearms.

There was a lot of people getting checked out by the ATF because they were buying a bunch of AR's to sell on but claimed they was being gifted. I knew of one guy who bought over 15 and sold the lot and he went away not long ago as he had no record of any of the sales.

I wouldn't worry though. Unless he is buying a bunch of them and handing them out.
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I think the laws allow for passing down to your son or daughter
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There is a process for "gifting" a gun. So for the sake of BRG, his generous client and this thread we should all assume that said process was followed and everything is on the up and up.

One of the best design changes between the Beretta 92 and that Taurus was moving the safety off the slide and onto the frame. Enjoy
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I think the laws allow for passing down to your son or daughter

I think passing down is ok as long as it's not a new purchase to pass down. The laws change daily and it's hard to keep up with them. One min something's allowed next min it's jail time then a week later it's allowed again. Even the police can't keep up with it. The instructor I took my concealed carry course with said there's a company who makes gun law books which are updated as soon as new laws come out for individual states. No idea who makes them though but he said it's the only way to be 100% compliant.
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I think it has to do with intent at the time you purchase the gun as well.

If I buy the gun for myself then decide to gift it to someone. It's not really a straw purchase.

Here's an interesting article

http://www.guns.com/2013/12/12/gifting-guns-need-know/
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I think it has to do with intent at the time you purchase the gun as well.

Here's an interesting article

http://www.guns.com/2013/12/12/gifting-guns-need-know/

That's Prob not relevant anymore as its so old. I know the Supreme Court added a bunch to it in 2014 and since then some states got worse and some better. It really needs to be dated that week for it to be trusted.
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Looks like you can't sell or gift a toy gun in Virginia....

http://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/t...ction18.2-284/
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One of the best design changes between the Beretta 92 and that Taurus was moving the safety off the slide and onto the frame. Enjoy
That's what I wanted to see.

I hated the other location.
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The instructor I took my concealed carry course with said there's a company who makes gun law books which are updated as soon as new laws come out for individual states. No idea who makes them though but he said it's the only way to be 100% compliant.
Good gun stores usually will have one for their state.
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That's what I wanted to see.

I hated the other location.
I'm not a fan of manual safeties to begin with, but as long as they are 1911 style, they are tolerable.
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Turns out the husband bought this for me a few months ago.

What got me wasn't the fact that it is perfect for me, or that I love the gun so much......it was that they really appreciated the work we did for them.
Problem is, that's the gun he took care of that dude that ripped him off with.
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Well either way, that's a really nice looking pistol. It's always nice to feel like your hard work is appreciated like that.
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