shipping long guns inside the state (OR)

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  1. rusobr2

    rusobr2
    prineville,or
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    i received a long gun this last wk., and it was shipped direct to me from another part of the state
    the shipper told me he checked w/his "FFL" , and that he could ship a long gun himself (to himself)
    ie; to- so & so "%" of so & so= my address
    just thought id ask some of you "FFL's" out there ( my ffl/gun guru guy) has moved out of town.....i still have another "FFL" i work with, but she said she would have to check on the matter >

    thanks.....steven
     
  2. Angler

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    It is legal to ship a long gun intrastate without going through a FFL. BUT you must be able to prove they are a resident of same state and can legally posses a firearm. It is legal to ship a long gun to "yourself" interstate. I hunt with my family in Maine and always ship my rifle there and back because it is easier then trying to fly with it.
     
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    SICARIO
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    rusobr2
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    "angler & sicario" thanks for the input !! at first i took a double take on the matter, and i looked into "atf" rulings . (which is hard to figure out at times) then again re-reading laws, and having you two confirm it !!!!!!

    thanks again......steven
     
  5. BillM

    BillM
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    Heck---you can ship a long gun intrastate to another person (not a FFL) via USPS. Shipped a shotgun to a buyer on the eastside
    and the local postmaster even provided the box!
     

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