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I think I understand the rules but I get confused about the actual logistics of the transaction. Let's say I buy a handgun, don't like it and want to sell it. If I locate a person out of state who will buy it, I know it must be transferred through an FFL. How does the paperwork flow?

1) Am I the seller and the other individual the buyer?
2) Am I the seller and my FFL is the buyer?
3) Who receives the cash/money order, me or my FFL?
4) Since the handgun is going through my FFL who prepares a statement of sale?

Finally, I want a language on my statement of sale showing I am selling it as is and disclaiming other liabilities. Not sure who agrees to this disclaimer.

Thanks for any help.
 

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Buyer sends you money for gun purchase and shipping

You take gun to FFL

You transfer gun to FFL

FFL ships gun to buyers FFL

You pay your FFL for transfer and shipping.
 
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