I wanted to post what is happening to me here right now, so that you all may have a heads up to this kind of situation. If you are going to buy a gun from a private FFL, make sure you ask him if his FFL information is squared away with ATF and OSP. I won a rifle on an online gun auction, from a private FFL holder halfway across Oregon from me. I called him the same day, to set a time to meet and complete the transaction. He said we could meet that evening, but that he would need to complete the deal at his house, due to FFL rules. So I drove for 2 1/2 hours last night, to get to his house, to pay for my gun. After finally getting there, the seller has me fill out the background check forms, fingerprints me, and takes my money. But when he tries to call in the background check with OSP, hes told that they dont have his FFL info on file. He then turns to me and says, "Sorry, your driving home without your gun." He offered me no compensation for my time, trouble, or fuel costs. He did offer to pay the shipping costs, to have the gun mailed to an FFL in my area, but didnt offer to help with the extra cost of using that other persons FFL. There are some things I learned from this that I thought people might want to know. With that in mind, DONT drive to meet an FFL to buy a gun, until he tells you his license is in order. I will be keeping you all updated to the situation as it progresses, and if this guy doesnt keep his end of the agreement, Ill let you know his name so nobody else has to go through this with him.