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Old February 10th, 2021, 10:30 PM #1
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Private sale of AR15

I want to clarify the process of selling an AR15. I built it from a stripped lower into a complete rifle. HBAR barrel with no copy cat features. Is it a cash and carry sale or does it need to be transferred through a FFL? Thanks for your assistance.

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Well since the Demonrats hate themselves, hate you, hate this country, hate the Constitution and Bill of Rights in just less than 30 days it will be illegal.
As of right now I believe that you can sell it via private sale. I am not a lawyer!
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Sir, You can not sell any regulated firearm, without going thru FFL dealer. I wouldn't risk my assets on this transaction or any firearm transaction for that matter. SF.
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Sir, You can not sell any regulated firearm, without going thru FFL dealer. I wouldn't risk my assets on this transaction or any firearm transaction for that matter. SF.
Except he’s not selling a regulated firearm.
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I want to clarify the process of selling an AR15. I built it from a stripped lower into a complete rifle. HBAR barrel with no copy cat features. Is it a cash and carry sale or does it need to be transferred through a FFL? Thanks for your assistance.

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Cash and carry, no FFL needed provided the buyer is a Maryland resident.

Also no need to engrave a serial number or markings on it to sell it (I know you didn't ask, but thought I would throw it out there.)
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Sir, You can not sell any regulated firearm, without going thru FFL dealer. I wouldn't risk my assets on this transaction or any firearm transaction for that matter. SF.
He is selling a rifle, not a handgun. All legal rifles that are cash and carry are not regulated. If they were previously regulated they are now banned from transfer.
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Sir, You can not sell any regulated firearm, without going thru FFL dealer. I wouldn't risk my assets on this transaction or any firearm transaction for that matter. SF.
Gotta love Marylandistan - viable arguments can be made either way. It's an HBAR, which if it was a cash and carry purchase would be perfectly legal, for now anyway. However, he built it on a stripped lower. I only have one stripped lower, and it's regulated - I had to transfer it and do the 7 day wait as if it had been an actual pistol/firearm, in which case if I ever want to try to sell it as a rifle - and mine's an HBAR upper too - I'd have to transfer it to the buyer...or at least I think that's how it works. IANAL.
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Gotta love Marylandistan - viable arguments can be made either way. It's an HBAR, which if it was a cash and carry purchase would be perfectly legal, for now anyway. However, he built it on a stripped lower. I only have one stripped lower, and it's regulated - I had to transfer it and do the 7 day wait as if it had been an actual pistol/firearm, in which case if I ever want to try to sell it as a rifle - and mine's an HBAR upper too - I'd have to transfer it to the buyer...or at least I think that's how it works. IANAL.
If the lower was built into a rifle rather than a pistol, it's a rifle forever, and thus unregulated at this writing.
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