No doubt about what you stated, I witnessed the whole event go down but would never rat out the dealer or possibly get my friend in Any trouble at all.03Lightningrocks wrote: ↑Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:53 pmI think that is a huge no no for that FFL dealer. I am pretty sure he could get in trouble for that. Maybe not but I can tell you that after purchasing many firearms since the new law, every FFL I went to would not let that happen. There is one place I have purchased firearms that I have watched refuse to sell to a husband/wife team or boyfriend girlfriend team if it looked like one was picking the gun and the other was doing the paperwork.narcissist wrote: ↑Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:44 pmSo once my buddy who was told by the gun shop that his DL. didnt match his new address due to not being updated yet.
So the gun shop threw away the old form and told him to write down the address on the Drivers License in order to sell the firearm.
No other white lies but this is kinda worry some, gotta let him know about this.
ATF must be bored going that in depth but maybe just in this case in since he lied multiple-times on the form so hopefully my buddy is going to be ok.
As far as what you stated about one person looking at one gun and the other putting it in their name. This happened to myself I was helping my wife buy her first pistol (Springfield xd 9mm) years ago. They thought she was just buying it for myself instead of me going over the gun with her in extreme detail.
So they denied the sell altogether ( Different Gun Dealer ) lol. Ended up going down the road and bought the gun but this time she picked it out all alone.
Kinda strange when the people are married seams like common sense would kick in but im forgetting people now days don't have much of that anymore.