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Form 4 transfers in state, person to person, non dealer

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I know this question has been asked before and I tried to search for the answer, but didn't find it.

Can and individual who owns a NFA weapon on a form 4 sell directly to another individual in their state, simply by filing a new form 4 with ATF along with the $200.00 transfer tax? 

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You must read/scan the 68 pages and determine if any of the provisions of FL statutes will prohibit the transfree from possessing the item in question. If yes, that would cause a denial of the prospective application.

This is link goes straight to the FL statutes.

https://www.atf.gov/file/117191/download

If you need individualized help this individual can further assist you. He is out of Jacksonville, FL.

https://www.guntrustlawyer.com/

 

 

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The general answer to your question is "yes".  The buyer will need to fill out all required forms (in duplicate), get any locally required state paperwork done (don't think it is an issue with Florida - you should know what you went through to get your Form 4), fingerprint cards, etc.  You sign off as Seller on the paperwork, the $200 check is included and everything is submitted as directed on the ATF forms.  Approved form will come back to you.  You then call the Buyer and tell them to come get their NFA item.  Keep a copy for your records.  Hope this helps.  Good luck!

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Thanks to all!

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The answer is hell yes! Florida residents can also send Title one firearms to other Florida residents who are approvable. You can also ship class 3 directly to him.

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Thanks again. 

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On a Form 4, it is typically preferable to sell to someone in state directly. This way you and/or the buyer doesn't have to pay for two $200 tax stamps. Just a single one to that person.

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