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Old September 24th, 2017, 06:56 PM #1
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Question about my mother's handgun in Texas.

Hello was not sure where to put this.

Long story but my mom back in Texas just is not fit to own a firearm right now.

My sister took her .44 revolver and put it in a storage unit after a bad bipolar incidint.

We are moving her out here but I'm trying to figure out what to do with it. She believes the police took it.

Can I just have a friend take possession of it right now.

Thanks for any info.
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What is your ultimate goal for this revolver? Are you wanting to take possession of it in MD?
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Maybe. I might fly it back on one of my shipping trips.
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Maybe. I might fly it back on one of my shipping trips.
When you're there, drop it off at an FFL along with a copy of the ffl you want the revolver shipped to. Should be very simple.

But for now, any family or friend should be able to hold it for you. I mean after all, they are in America.

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Just to clarify, where are these friends and storage lockers located ? Texas was sort of implied ?

And for the $64 question , is the medimum term goal for the pistol to come live with you in Maryland, or stay ( in other jurisdiction)?
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Maybe. I might fly it back on one of my shipping trips.
You cannot take possession of it in Texas. It has to go through an MD FFL for you to get it.

You can ship it or have it shipped to an MD FFL.
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You cannot take possession of it in Texas. It has to go through an MD FFL for you to get it.

You can ship it or have it shipped to an MD FFL.
I think temporary custody in Dallas would be OK. It's under a temporary loan until such time it can be transferred even if brought back to MD. But, I could be wrong.
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and: you have to have the MD HQL to take possession in MD.

Having a friend or your sister in Texas "take possession" in TX is subject to Texas laws.
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I think temporary custody in Dallas would be OK. It's under a temporary loan until such time it can be transferred even if brought back to MD. But, I could be wrong.
Interstate transfer must be handled by an ffl. That's the law.

Better to be safe than sorry!
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So I'm confused. Could really care less about the .44

If I get it back cool

Main thing is I do not want my mother contacted in relation to it.

So are we cool with a friend in Texas taking ownership of it?
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