Transfers between OR and WA residents

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Freakshow, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. Freakshow

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    All the threads dealing with this topic are older than the recent transfer laws.

    I, an OR resident, want to trade my handgun to a WA resident, who is trading me a rifle.

    Can we meet and have both transfers conducted by a WA FFL, and then I get to bring my rifle back to OR?

    Or would we have to do it as two separate transfers in two states?
     
  2. Stomper

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    You will for sure have to do the handgun through a Washington FFL since he's a Washington resident. You may even have to have an Oregon FFL ship it to a Washington FFL (depending on the Wash FFL "feelings"), the long gun he can buy in Oregon through an FFL and I'm pretty sure you can do both transactions through a Washington FFL.
     
  3. No_Regerts

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    I do this a lot. Transfer of handgun occurs at an ffl in the receiving person's state only. If you can walk or drive it there, thats fine. If you must ship a handgun, it must go FFL to FFL. Rifles and shotguns can be bought outside the state of residence.
     
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  4. Freakshow

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    Excellent.

    I knew the handgun had to be in his state. Just wanted to make sure he didn't have to drive / ship the rifle down for me to get it.

    Thanks for the replies.
     

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