I recently sold my Colt Anaconda to another board member. I did not want to sell it to them at first since they are not local and I did not want to ship it. They convinced me they would cover shipping and that they did not mind the added cost so I agreed to do it. In our e-mails they asked about the FFL fees on both ends and I told them that the only FFL fees would be on their end since I would not use an FFL. I would simply pay the extra money to ship it overnight via FedEx. That accepted this and continued with the deal. Their FFL faxed his license to my home and everything seemed in order so I shipped the gun. A couple days later I get a call from his FFL telling me they will not accept the gun because I violated federal law by mailing it to them without an FFL on my end. The guy on the phone said "I am turning the #@%&^ gun over to the law." I told him that federal law did not disallow individuals from shipping a gun to an FFL and that it was pretty sad he did not know this. he hangs up on me and then calls me back about 15 minutes later telling me that they will not take it because I violated their "store policy." I told him to talk to his customer and decide what they were going to do. He says "I am rejecting this package and having it sent back." That was over three weeks ago. Now I keep getting e-mails from the buyer defending his FFL saying "he goes by the book" and that I should not have sent it myself and that he did not know I was doing that. I referred him to our e-mail conversations where I clearly stated that was exactly what I was doing and that it was legal. This guy has no right to be mad at anyone except for the jerk he chose to use as an FFL. It is not my fault he chose the cliche' jerk gun dealer. So now it has been three weeks and the FFL on his end has not returned the gun and keeps threatening to turn it over to police on his end. I spoke to an ATF rep yesterday and they said the FFL has already violated the law by holding the gun this long and that what I did was totally legal.