I know I've seen this discussed before, but I'll be darned if the search is helping me find any threads on this question. I've done rifle sales in other states, it's fairly easy, but I know for a pistol it's a slightly different story. I think I have this right, but please weigh in if I've got this wrong. I have a pistol for sale in Oregon and a potential buyer in Washington. I know I can go to an FFL here in OR and have them ship it to an FFL in Washington. It's expensive and probably not worth the cost. That said, I seem to recall reading that I can take the pistol myself, up to Vancouver and conduct the transfer there - so long as the FFL is in the buyer's state. Do I have this correct? Can I drive the pistol up to an FFL in Vancouver and conduct the transfer there - without an Oregon FFL involved? I'm having a heck of a time trying to find this answer, so I would appreciate any input - especially if you've had actual experience doing this yourself. Thanks!!