The past couple of months I've been whittling down the collection, and have attempted several times to sell on Armslist. Despite a pointed statement that all applicable laws will be followed and a Transfer/BG check is required/non-negotiable, I still get like 5-6 emails from folks asking me to do a bill of sale and telling me I am stupid for requiring a transfer. This is usually where I take the Armslist post down because I don't want to deal with it. Full disclosure - I think SB 941 is a ridiculous law skirting previous legislature to tax, track, and punish otherwise law abiding gun owners. It does absolutely nothing to control illegal firearms, and the impact on transfers to ineligible individuals is negligible. If I could be non-compliant without being at legal risk, losing rights, I probably would. But alas, the risks seem to outweigh the moral reward of standing on principal in this situation. I guess my question is, are there really that many folks out there who are non-compliant? Am I being overly cautious? From reading through all the eye-bleeding sections, it seems it is a class A misdemeanor if you were to get caught selling in violation of SB 941 - and if you sell to someone with a felony conviction or to any other person precluded from firearm ownership, you could potentially be held liable and/or be charged with an alphabet soup of felony charges. Reading the post by OFF about OSP keeping records on both transferor and transferee seems to make this even more dangerous. Could anyone elucidate me on the state of things? I tried to find some cut and dry guidelines, but forum and google searches were not exactly successful.