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Old September 14th, 2021, 08:57 PM #31
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I was under the impression an 80% had to be completed yourself and cannot be given away.. Maybe to a spouse is different?
Nope, you can even sell them.

Just don't do it too often, so that you might be deemed doing it as a business without a Manufacturer FFL.
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Old September 15th, 2021, 08:02 AM #32
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You can not build a homemade firearm , with intent to sell . The occasional incidental sale is not prohibited .

But IF such homemade firearm(s) are Handguns ( and not homemade before Jan 1 , 1985) , then the Handgun Roster comes into play .
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Hi All,

Theoretical question here. Lets say you acquired several firearms while married, and are now getting divorced. Your wife asks you for one, but it's a 80%...
Give her one that is not an 80% build. Xfer through MSP and you're done. She can deal with the HQL if required.

If the 80% handgun is a build she did there is no problem. I would have both of you sign papers for all of your 80% builds stating who did the builds. Just in case she later decides to claim that she (theoretically) did all of the builds and never transferred them to you.

FWIW, IANAL.
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If she hates enough to divorce you , and wants your Stuff that you value but she doesn't , she'll hate you enough to say that you handed her a non- Roster Handgun you built .
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If she hates enough to divorce you , and wants your Stuff that you value but she doesn't , she'll hate you enough to say that you handed her a non- Roster Handgun you built .
my thinking also....and ratt you out....

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I was under the impression an 80% had to be completed yourself and cannot be given away.. Maybe to a spouse is different?
80% have to be completed by you for you to use.

If the 80% isn't started then it is just parts and no issue.

If it's complete, then it transfers just line any other firearm like it, no need for a serial number and perfectly legal to transfer.
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You can not build a homemade firearm , with intent to sell . The occasional incidental sale is not prohibited .

But IF such homemade firearm(s) are Handguns ( and not homemade before Jan 1 , 1985) , then the Handgun Roster comes into play .
No, it doesn't, perfectly legal to transfer a handgun in Maryland that was built from a kit after Jan 1, 1985. No serial number required and not required to be on the roster.
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