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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by coctailer, Nov 11, 2008.
New in box with Simmons 3x9 scope.
Synthetic stock and 24" bbl.
Has a 22"bbl
Still got one of each
Coctailer, when you sell things are they private party sales, or is there a NICs check involved because of your FFL?
Everything I sell has NICS check.
the good thing is that rifles sold in WA go through the FBI. They destroy the record of the BG check in 24 hours.
In OR, your gun is registered with the state.
Gotta love livin here!
silly question then... if I, a WA resident, buy a long gun in OR (which I've done, twice) from a dealer, what sort of registry and record does Oregon keep on me... and is it keyed to the serial number/make/model, etc, of the gun? Interesting that WA trashes the record the next day.......
The FBI trashes them, Washington doesnt know about them(only handguns).
Oregon has a de-facto registration. Others will say I'm wrong, but that's "internet experts" talking.
All your info is in the OSP database and can be pulled up in a second anytime they like. I've seen it done personally.
serial number/make/model/your name/address/age/weight/race/city of birth/etc
Don't forget the good 'ole THUMBPRINTS they have on you too!
Those are retained by the FFL not the OSP.
The fact is that every firearm purchased through an FFL is "Registered"
I consider "Registration" is when.........if a gun is found at a crime scene, it can be traced to the owner (ie the person that bought it from the FFL) which it can.
So those spewing out the nonsense that one state has registration and another does not, are incorrect.
Someone should dtart a thread in Legal before we get in trouble for having a secret "Legal party" in here.:laugh::laugh: