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If FFLs are opened/required for show-sellers, hobbyists, low-volume sellers, or people who want the convenience of direct interstate transfers, would you apply? (Poll Closed)

  • Yes; because the ATF would require it in my position and I don't want trouble
    2%
    1 vote

     
  • Yes; strictly for the convenience
    4%
    2 votes

     
  • No; I don't want to call the attention of door-kickers and kitten stompers to myself
    7%
    4 votes

     
  • No: the black market is easier, anyhow
    5%
    3 votes

     
  • No; I'm not in any of the target categories that might require FFLs
    11%
    6 votes

     
  • I'm already an FFL; nothing changes for me
    0%
    0 votes

     
  • Hysterical laughter
    61%
    34 votes

     
  • Other
    11%
    6 votes

Posted 2 years.

6 Comments

  • Dr. Gun - 2 years ago

    Sell a firearm? Not likely. I realize I'd be missing the opportunity to buy a California Eunuch Special on the internet, and have it delivered to my "business", but that type of firearm will not become a collector's item until USA "goes Vermont", and does away with restrictions, permits, and other impedimentia that would be completely unconstitutional in that small, peaceful, "everyone can carry anywhere" state. It is difficult to understand the furor over open versus concealed carry, when in that state, when and where one carries their pistol has been their own business since it became the fourteenth state in 1791.

  • LarryArnold - 2 years ago

    I have way too many friends. The last thing I need is another side business.

  • LiberTarHeel - 2 years ago

    I've been thinking for years about selling off a select few of my firearms. But I've yet to get around to it. In fairness, it is also true that I buy fewer firearms these days; I seem to be achieving some form of equilibrium. (NOTE: I still do buy a fair amount of ammo. 'Nuf said.)

  • joel - 2 years ago

    I'll bet "hysterical laughter" wins by a mile. This is that kind of crowd.

    ML, this year for the first time in decades I actually sold two guns - and only bought one. A very unusual year.

  • pigpen51 - 2 years ago

    I at first had to think about this, but then remembered that I have drawn my line in the proverbial sand. No means no. I do admit to fantasizing about ordering a gun over the internet and having it sent to me and not paying someone to keep the records.
    Then I saw the box about laughter, and was reminded that Uncle Sugar would never let something like that happen.
    I don't begrudge the ffl that I use his 20$ for a transfer. He has to keep his records in order and is actually putting his livelihood at risk if he screws up. I just choose not to get any more involved in that system than I have to.

  • MamaLiberty - 2 years ago

    No. Never. I don't sell guns at all. I do buy one occasionally. ;)

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