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Old October 24th, 2017, 07:50 PM #821
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Understood guys. And I know it's not MSP. It's the laws in the state we live in that suck...

I received my "Congratulations" email at 0600 this morning like danb predicted. The new toy is out of jail. Next time I'll know what to expect - maybe...

The first time is a little confusing and stressful
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Old November 14th, 2017, 12:53 PM #822
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As the seller, I received the following Sunday morning and clicked Complete firearm transfer, BUT didn't receive the option to print out a copy for my records. Yesterday morning, I called the Licensing Division and explained that I want a copy of the transfer for my records. She replied, the only way is to get the buyer to provide you with a copy.

That just doesn't seem right that I can't have a copy of the sell of a regulated firearm. Any words of wisdom? !!

Congratulations. Application, 201705xxxx, has been Not Disapproved by the Maryland State Police. Please contact your Buyer, John Doe, to arrange transfer of the firearm. Please be aware that Maryland Public Safety Article 5-124(c) requires the transfer of the regulated firearm within 90 days after the firearm application was stamped by the Secretary as being Not Disapproved.

Click the following link to complete the sale of your weapon: Complete firearm transfer.

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Old November 14th, 2017, 01:15 PM #823
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Print the screenshot ?
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Old November 14th, 2017, 01:23 PM #824
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Print the screenshot ?
Screen shot of what?

Are you referencing the email I received from the Licensing Div? If so, that doesn't have the serial #, Model etc.
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Old November 15th, 2017, 04:19 AM #825
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Then split the $35-50 to have FFL transfer .
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Old November 15th, 2017, 07:41 AM #826
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Then split the $35-50 to have FFL transfer .
Even in Maryland we have choice and I selected MDSP over a FFL.

With an automated system, both the seller & buyer should be able to receive a copy of the 77R without performing screen shots. If privacy is concerned, they can x out SSN etc. We aren't talking rocket science.
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Old November 15th, 2017, 08:43 AM #827
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Buyers can print their 77r. I can go into one I did months ago and still print it out.

Maybe ask the buyer to print it.
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Buyers can print their 77r. I can go into one I did months ago and still print it out.

Maybe ask the buyer to print it.
That is a good idea.

Back to the original question: why in the sam-hell was the system designed that the seller couldn't print a copy. Just doesn't make sense.
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Old November 15th, 2017, 06:07 PM #829
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That is a good idea.

Back to the original question: why in the sam-hell was the system designed that the seller couldn't print a copy. Just doesn't make sense.
Most sellers are FFLs, a whole different level of paperwork required to record transfers. FTF transfers through the MSP I would guess is a very small percentage.
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Does anyone know when/if unused forms expire? I heard 6 months, but I have one sitting around since Januray...


   
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