Face to Face sale of gun originally from out of state

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  1. Blackfeather7

    Blackfeather7
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    I moved to Oregon from California about a year and a half ago and of course brought my firearms with me, all of which were originally purchased there. I have been an Oregon resident since then, have an Oregon DL and CHL.

    The Oregon Firearms Federation site says,

    "Second, be assured that a private sale is perfectly legal, as long as the buyer and seller are both Oregon residents not prohibited from purchasing and owning firearms, and the sale takes place in Oregon."

    My question is can I legally do a face to face sale in Oregon to another Oregon resident of a gun purchased originally in another state or do I have to do it through a FFL dealer?

    I would appreciate any advice on this question.
     
  2. VinnieBoomBah

    VinnieBoomBah
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    FTF is fine. Where the gun came from is meaningless if it got here legally.
     
  3. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
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    +1 If you are a legal Oregon resident selling to an Oregon resident you're golden! :thumbup:
     
  4. wayoutwest

    wayoutwest
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    I also moved up from California last year, once I had my ODL started shopping for FTF firearms, not that I needed them just cause I could:D

    Just cause your came from CA you can sell them as you wish now.....If they are OLL based you will probably get more from them back in CA or on Calguns
     
  5. CastleFox

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    I have traded or purchased nearly 50% of all my firearms FTF.
    It's great.

    "If they BAN guns, they should also ban Forks, Knives, Baseball bats, golf clubs, rocks, sticks, ropes, glass, antifreeze, and any object that could be used to take someones life. It only makes sense."
     

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