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Is it legal to trade long rifles with someone in Idaho if I’m from Washington and I go to Idaho to do the trade? I’m just curious if this is even legal?


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Daneyboy007 wrote:
Is it legal to trade long rifles with someone in Idaho if I’m from Washington and I go to Idaho to do the trade? I’m just curious if this is even legal?


Generally speaking, any firearms transfers across state lines need to go through an FFL, per federal law. Long guns can go through an FFL in either the buyer's or seller's state.

So, speaking generally again, yes you could do that if you meet at an Idaho FFL.

Now . . . 1639 has really fucked us in WA, and complicated things. I don't believe that an FFL in Idaho will transfer a semi-auto rifle to you. Any other kind of long gun should be fine.

I would talk to the FFL first, and make sure they're good with it.

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Sat May 02, 2020 9:56 am
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Ok awesome, thank you for your response. I was really just curious if that scenario would even be possible with all our new laws in our state. Thanks again.


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Doesn't that law everyone hates require that any gun sale with one person being in or from Washington have a background check?


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Doesn't that law everyone hates require that any gun sale with one person being in or from Washington have a background check?


If you mean this one: https://app.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=9.41.113
The transfer itself also has to be taking place in Washington.
There's also a handful of cases listed where a background check isn't required.


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Had a buddy from Everett come down to AZ a few months back on vacation..I took him to lunch and a gun shop..we picked out a lower ..an upper and some cool shit for it..I bought it..550.00..got back to my house..decided I didnt like the set up so sold it to him..

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Eagle Chaplain wrote:
Doesn't that law everyone hates require that any gun sale with one person being in or from Washington have a background check?

Not quite.
https://app.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx?cite=9.41.122
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Residents of Washington may purchase rifles and shotguns in a state other than Washington: PROVIDED, That such residents conform to the applicable provisions of the federal Gun Control Act of 1968, Title IV, Pub. L. 90-351 as administered by the United States secretary of the treasury: AND PROVIDED FURTHER, That such residents are eligible to purchase or possess such weapons in Washington and in the state in which such purchase is made: AND PROVIDED FURTHER, That when any part of the transaction takes place in Washington , including, but not limited to, internet sales, such residents are subject to the procedures and background checks required by this chapter.

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