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Discussion in 'Rants and Raves' started by vmax, Apr 11, 2020.
I've seen a couple of tards on Texas Gun Trader asking for a BOS for a AR upper.
I do the bill of sale route as a seller. I also give the buyer a copy with my signature and info . I believe it will weed out the illegal buyers , maybe not . I also opt to back out if the buyer gives me the feeling something is wrong. My gun my rules, buyer can always pass on the deal.
Yup. I'm partners in a gun store, have several NFA firearms, LTC, etc....and I don't even consider a gun w/a BOS requirement. My money - my rules.
And we're off!
I did a trade and sold one to the same guy (forum member) a week and a half ago. Exchanged guns and money then shook hands. Yes, it's that simple!
I understand those who don't do the BOS route. No issues with that. I've been doing it my way for 40 years without a problem and never had a problem finding a buyer.
Different strokes for different folks, that's what makes the world go round . We can all still get along .
People can only fight over the bill of sale concept if they WANT to.
I suggest that the subject has been thoroughly covered and to let lay as it will not end well.
Instead I suggest we talk about the outward Expression of physical and psychological inadequacies displayed by those who buy 1911s in 45 cal when a 9mm Glock is a clearly superior self defense death dealing tool.
You just like poking a bear
I have both, so no dog in this fight (or both dogs?)
I always enjoy reading a post by those lacking the manhood of handling a real man's weapon. What color are your lace underwear?
<ah kin stir with the best of 'em......> LOL