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#41 Spritleman!

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Posted February 04 2016 - 03:59 PM

Who in Nassau has the lowest transfer rates for pistol these days?

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#42 firemanvin

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Posted February 04 2016 - 04:15 PM

The incoming from a non licensee requires more entry into the federal book. I guess not too different on paper but on e-book its a full contact creation with all their information verses at worst just typing in an FFL number. We then have to do receipts for them to take it off their license and then the state book is more info that if it wer an FFL. We have an intake form we use for an individual which gets all of their info including employer and job. As compared to an existing FFL in our system, receiving from an individual takes 10x as long.


In New York when and how can a non licensee bring a pistol into an FFL for transfer? Is this a generally available thing, or limited to certain circumstances?

#43 mrprovy

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Posted February 04 2016 - 05:39 PM

I think he's referring to a non-licensee shipping them a pistol from out of state (vs from an FFL). There are, however circumstances where a non-licensee can bring in a pistol (I think); and example of that would be if a licensee passes away, their benefactor can bring it into an FFL (or PD) within 15 days to transfer/dispose of the pistol. DSI will correct me if I'm wrong.
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