Originally Posted by rockymtnchief
Going through an FFL doesn't bother me in most cases (gun show, retail sale, or internet sale) However, what if you want to hand your favorite gun down to your son, buy your son his first hunting rifle, or if you trade out some work in exchange for a firearm?
Hmm I had understood you could give a gun to your son, and this bill involved internet/gun show......giving a gun to your son should be hassle free , i agree........but then again what if the son was like 16 and already very troubled or had been arrested etc?
I really dont know...my uncle and dad gave me my 1st rifles that I still own and shoot........
I'm ok with background checks as long as they remain private and relativly painless...i guess i'd need to know the process needed to give my son the .22 i have for him b4 i judged
the FFL was pretty damn painless tho