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    Just make very sure you know who you are shipping the item to. I get a copy of their DL before I ship.


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    Does going through an FFL on an in-state sale make sense from a legal perspective? As in no concern the new owner will properly register the gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTRazzer View Post
    As in no concern the new owner will properly register the gun.
    In a free State there is no requirement to register a gun.

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    The intrastate transfer of firearms, ammunition, or magazines, from individual to individual does vary from state to state and state laws, as well as local (county, city, village) ordinances do very widely so it's best to do one's homework BEFORE shipping a firearm, magazine, ammunition or anything else can could possibly land you in the pokey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTRazzer View Post
    Does going through an FFL on an in-state sale make sense from a legal perspective? As in no concern the new owner will properly register the gun.
    I will only transfer any firearm through an FFL dealer, for numerous legal reasons, not the least of which is this: if the gun is subsequently used to commit a crime, and it gets traced back to you, you will have proof, through the books and records of the transferring dealer(s), that you legally transferred ownership of the firearm to another person, or to an FFL dealer. That prevents you from being prosecuted for whatever the gun was subsequently used for.... Plus, whoever buys it must undergo a Federal background check first....
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    Quote Originally Posted by marukka View Post
    I'm also pretty sure that IL requires that the out of state shipping FFL keep a copy of the gun buyers FOID card on record for 10 years. Any intra-state private party transfers must maintain a record of the sale for 10 years (both the buyer and seller).
    I just looked at the FOID act and I was wrong about the out of state FFL requirement.

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    430 ILCS 65/3b - Private party transfer requires records be kept for 10 years
    430 ILCS 65/3b-5 - Out of state ammo sellers must request copy of FOID card
    430*ILCS*65/**Firearm Owners Identification Card Act.

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    What about used brass, seeing as the primer is spent would this be considered non hazardous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thelaw View Post
    would this be considered non hazardous...
    Correct.

    But even loaded rounds are not shipped as haz-mat material.
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