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Family Transfers

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by Patriot1668, Jul 18, 2015.

  1. Patriot1668

    Patriot1668 SW Washington Gold Supporter Gold Supporter

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  2. d2the3

    d2the3 Eugene, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't do it. Well not after asking about it online.
     
  3. Dyjital

    Dyjital Albany, Ore Flavorite Member Bronze Supporter

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    No.

    Post above me nails it.
     
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  4. Dyjital

    Dyjital Albany, Ore Flavorite Member Bronze Supporter

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  5. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    True, I've given my granddaughter a Ruger SR-22. She resides in WA but is serving in the Navy at Camp Pendelton in Cali. She's a Corpsman BTW. The pistol is residing in my safe until she drives up, then we will make transfer with an FFL. Only way legally.
     
  6. IronMonster

    IronMonster Washington Opinionated Member Diamond Supporter

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    Actually I think there is (Or WAS) another way.

    If there is a trust, and the immediate family members are co-trustee's. At that point the trust owns the guns and all the family members in various states have rights to access.

    Now post I594 in Washington even that is a no go because all transfers of possession even if its not a transfer of ownership have to go through an FFL
     
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  7. The Heretic

    The Heretic Oregon Well-Known Member

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  8. deadeye

    deadeye Albany,OR. Moderator Staff Member

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    As stated no, the only exception is if the owner were to die and has bequeathed it to a family member. Even with that you still need to make sure that it is a family member that also is one of the exceptions under the law.
     
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  9. Stomper

    Stomper Oceania Rising White Is The New Brown Silver Supporter

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    ^^^this right there^^^


    You could draw up the proper will, then expire. Problem solved! o_O