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Old May 27th, 2012, 11:22 AM #1
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How do I transfer gun ownership from my deceased father to me?

My dad had a collection of about 10 semi-automatics and revolvers (no assault weapons). He was and I am a Maryland resident. My father passed away 9 years ago and his estate (including the handguns) was transferred to my mother. My mother is also a Maryland resident. She has physical possession of the handguns, but never filled out any paperwork or took any actions pertaining to the handguns after my father passed away. My questions are:

(1) What is the proper process for my mother to transfer the handguns to me, knowing the back story of my father's ownership of the handguns?
(2) Can my mother transfer all of the handguns to me at once?
(3) Is there a waiting period?

Thank you in advance to anyone who can assist with my questions! And yes, I understand that anyone who answers my questions is most likely not a lawyer and I will not rely upon your advice in any legal manner.

-Josh

Last edited by Josh123; May 27th, 2012 at 11:29 AM. Reason: Updated to be more specific
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