Firearm Attribrution

As gun control advocates focus on universal firearm registration there is a few things you should do now.

I know several people that are selling their firearms and buying exactly the same firearm off book via legal private sales.

Example: I have a Glock 17 9mm. I have a pile of mags, holsters, ammo and other accessories. I am now looking for exactly the same gun to purchase in a private sale and then sell mine to someone else in a FFL sale.

Cash remains even and I am now off book.

Lather, rinse and repeat.

Now I can't/won't do that with any of my class III items. And I won't with modest items like shotguns. It's easy to just get more 10/22s and Mossberg 500s.

It's also a good idea to have a quantity of guns to turn in when it comes to that.

It could take some time, but if you don't have at least a basic quantity of guns
off books this will allow you to do it without it costing a ton of extra money,
only time.

--Rule Number Two: Be Prepared


Anonymous said...

This is a great idea.

Laura said...

wrench: living in a state where pistols are not permitted to be sold without some legal authority knowing about it.

what's it like to live in a free state?

Mike W. said...

Yeah, I live in a state where that'll be illegal in less than two months, and I don't own an "off-books" guns. Sigh.

Anonymous said...

Why do you live in a state that hates you?

Bubblehead Les. said...

Funny/Sad. You call it "Off the Books." Up here in Ohio, we call it "Commerce."

Laura said...

@Anonymous - can't leave until the house sells. won't walk away because that would be irresponsible.