His legal residence is PA, he has a PA driver's license, is registered to vote in PA, etc. then he's good. If he shifted his ID to FL then he needs to go thru a FFL.Big Redneck said:What if the son is in the military, stationed out of state (Fla) but is a legal resident of Pa?
I know his Pa permit is reconized in Fla.
If the transfers of handguns were made here in PA,(Father to child)at the fathers residence,(in PA) do they still need to go through an FFL? Even though the transfer of ownership was made here in PA?muskie52 said:Brumy is right......if father and sons are PA residents, they can be handed over without going to a FFL. The sons that live out of state (non PA residents) need to have them transfered thru FFL's.
The long guns going out of state require going thru a FFL. The executor should have sent them to a FFL in the childs home state. Face to Face transfer of long arms is only good instate...PADingo said:Transfer was made in PA at deceased residence, Long guns only wentto out of state child. Handguns and longguns went to PA resident child.
WOW...This is a learning experience for me...