Sooooo, if your going out shooting with friends, and everyone has to do a BGC, I'm assuming everyone has to fill out 4473s. The first question it asks is if the person receiving the gun is the actual purchaser. How would you even answer that since no sale is even being made? Furthermore when I go out shooting with friends, there's usually 5-6 of us and there 30+ firearms being used. If we all show up at a gun shop and all 5 of us have the same 30 firearms listed, how's the Feds supposed to deal with that? Seems a very effective protest would be to have a large number of people with a large number of firearms all shared and doing BGC/4473 on all. I don't think it would take too long before the Feds say F-U to the state and force the state to do the checks or scrap the whole thing. Also, If the state sees that one person is "transferring" a large number of guns frequently, they would investigate and quickly find out that the state is screwing things up by having their own definition of transfer.