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Thread: Private Sale/Transfer of Handgun Form. When already on someones permit.

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    Default Private Sale/Transfer of Handgun Form. When already on someones permit.

    I recently performed a private transfer with Erie County Pistol Permit Office. It went very smoothly.
    In return I created an exact duplicate of the Bill of Sale that NY Firearms members can use if desired.
    You can fill in the blanks and print it or simply print it out and fill in by hand.
    No data is stored filling in the blanks.

    View it here
    http://gunshelf.com/NYStatePistolTransfer.pdf
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    Looks good but I think the buyers and sellers signature lines should be across from each other with room for notaries underneath. I know here they require notarized signatures unless you sign in front of them.
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    Putnam requires a notary if the handgun is being brought in from another county. Sales from license holders in Putnam need not be notarized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladder13 View Post
    Putnam requires a notary if the handgun is being brought in from another county. Sales from license holders in Putnam need not be notarized.
    Same with Monroe. I used a form that looks almost exactly like the one posted and just had the notary stamp in the white space.
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    Cool, thanks, saved it for future use. Erie county does not require a notary, that's even more idiotic than then the other crap we need to go through.

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    Nice! Just one thing, can you add a line for "Barrel Length"? Here in Cortland County you have to list that as well.

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    We should be striving to have this ridiculous idea of pistols being listed on our license upended. Why does anyone need to know what color, barrel length, calber, etc of the guns we own? Does any other state list the weapons owned on their residents license? Heck, many states require no license whatsoever to purchase a handgun. 4 states require no paperwork at all to carry concealed.
    Aren't I the one licensed, and not the gun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladder13 View Post
    We should be striving to have this ridiculous idea of pistols being listed on our license upended. Why does anyone need to know what color, barrel length, calber, etc of the guns we own? Does any other state list the weapons owned on their residents license?
    Aren't I the one licensed, and not the gun?
    I totally agree with you. The whole Pistol Permit system in NY is capricious and arbitrary. It discriminates against the poor. It is not even close to most other states. Yet we just accept it as a condition of living in New York? YUP we do. We accept the fact that Sheldon Silver holds all the power and we kiss his ring.
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    I think it's just the seller who needs to get notarized? Not the buyer

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