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Originally Posted by lazarus View Post
Does the seller have to leave the firearm there?

For MSP transfers it’s not like they keep it. Then again I’ve done exactly one private sale of a handgun before. It was through MSP. I forgot exactly what I offered, but I think $180 cash up front or $200 at hand over. If it was particularly more expensive I probably either wouldn’t have been willing to pay cash upfront at all, or only a small amount, like $50 up front, the other $400 at time of possession or something. If someone welches...well MSP has the seller’s info also and I assume they’d be willing to try for an easy arrest. But something I’d prefer not to test.
I believe that almost all Maryland FFL's will require the seller to leave the firearm, as it has to be entered into their "Bound Book" and then be recorded as dispersed, or sold.
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