Family Transfers

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  1. Patriot1668

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  2. d2the3

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

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    No.

    Post above me nails it.
     
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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

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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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    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

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    ^^^this right there^^^


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

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