FYI-I've noticed over the years on this site that people selling their black powder firearms-usually replicas-will specify the state where they live(i.e. WTS OR, WTS WA, etc.)because they think they can't sell these firearms to out-of-state residents in compliance with Federal firearm laws(there is a black powder firearm for sale right now on this forum which is under "WTS WA"). When I put up my 1853 Enfield replica for sale on this forum I specified it was for sale to both Oregon and Washington residents(but would have sold to anyone within the lower 48 states). Because by Federal law, black powder weapons-originals and replicas-need not go through a FFL when sold by a private party or a business. For example, when I bought my 1853 Enfield replica from Cabelas-they shipped it directly to me. Likewise, when a local auctioneer which I frequent sells antique black powder weapons this auctioneer will state in the catalog that a black power rifle or pistol does not need to go through an FFL. Another example-thousands of Civil War re-enactors have bought black powder pistols, rifles, etc. from dealers and have had them shipped directly to their homes without going through a FFL(check out any Civil War supply web site that sells Civil War era replica firearms and you'll notice that it says nothing about needing to go through an FFL. BTW-all these replicas are fully functional weapons). These dealers, by and large, are not FFLs. Finally, once I was in the market for a Civil War era rifle and contacted a seller here on this forum who lived in Washington and had a replica for sale. He also thought that it was against the law to sell to an Oregon resident(me). I did the research and quoted him chapter and verse-and cited the pertinent web sites-of both the Washington State and Federal laws concerning the sale of black powder weapons. He then changed his For Sale listing to both OR and WA. So, anyone out there who wants to sell a black powder rifle or pistol:you don't need to confine the sale only to residents of your state(unless you are doing so for convenience sake, etc.).