How to sell suppressor from person to person

Mar 3, 2014
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It used to be fairly straightforward iirc, but that was before NFA gate last year.

A friend wishes to buy a suppressor from me. The suppressor is currently in my possession, on my trust.

Can someone enlighten me as to the process or direct me to the information I seek?

Thanks,

Alamo
 
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Technically he pays you first but the money changing hands is up to you. He fills out his form 4, sends $200 to ATF along with photo and finger prints. When he gets approved you can give him possession. If it is like buying from a dealer the ATF will send you his stamp, which I always find fucked up. It is mine send it to me and I will show it to the FFL.
 

LunaCustomGuns

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Technically he pays you first but the money changing hands is up to you. He fills out his form 4, sends $200 to ATF along with photo and finger prints. When he gets approved you can give him possession. If it is like buying from a dealer the ATF will send you his stamp, which I always find fucked up. It is mine send it to me and I will show it to the FFL.
Good call
 
Mar 3, 2014
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I do get the basic economics of the transaction. :D

It's a close friend so I'm basically gifting this to him, its an old suppressor that doesn't get used anymore.
 
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