Originally Posted by Iowanian
Count me against having to run every person-person gun sale through an FFL.
I wouldn't be against it if it weren't just another way for the government to keep a log of what you have at home.
I'm still recovering from the grief due to all of my guns being swept down the river.
As long as they stick with the current "FFL keeps the paperwork" rules, I have no problem.
It's unfortunate that a local FFL, one I might even know, had a concentrated fire right where his paperwork is/was held.