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#539044 - 05/23/13 01:55 PM Re: Bill of Sale for firearm transactions [Re: TMVA]
mrdcjohn Offline
Double barrel

Registered: 07/05/12
Posts: 62
Loc: VA
City or County: Fairfax
link is dead ? at least I wasn't able to open it on two different pcs

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#542688 - 05/30/13 01:15 PM Re: Bill of Sale for firearm transactions [Re: TMVA]
SeaCoaster Offline
seacoaster

Registered: 01/14/13
Posts: 149
Loc: Va.
City or County: Oakton
Bummer

http://www.freedrive.com/file/1595948,bill-of-sale-for-firearm.pdf

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#833081 - 12/26/14 03:58 AM Re: Bill of Sale for firearm transactions [Re: JG]
Lorelei Offline
I Do Wheelies

Registered: 11/29/14
Posts: 47
Loc: VA
City or County: Central
Originally Posted By: JG
There has been quite a lot of discussion on Bills of Sales lately - just want to clarify for anyone who may be confused:
1. BOS is not required by VA law
2. BOS is not required by this site
3. BOS is soley up to the discretion of the seller
4. Requirement for BOS should be communicated to the buyer prior to the deal.
5. Any buyer who refuses to sign BOS should not and will not be looked upon as if he/she has done anything wrong.
6. It is not recommended to provide anything that could be used by identity thieves - including, but not limited to - Address, DL #, SSN, photos of DL
7. Personally, I provide- name, City, ST, and Signature - nothing more is necessary for seller's records.

JG


This is where I stand on BOS. I'll sign it and give you my name, but you're not getting my address or DL #. And don't even think of taking a picture of my ID. I've seen a couple ads that said that was required, I just closed that page. One was a gun that I'd have bought if not for the seller's requirements.
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#942682 - 09/02/15 12:51 PM Re: Bill of Sale for firearm transactions [Re: Lorelei]
user Offline
F.O.G. (Fat Old Geezer)

Registered: 01/14/09
Posts: 656
Loc: Broad Run, VA.
City or County: Fauquier
I don't know what copies are floating around, or how they've been modified, so I suggest you download the original. Go to my website: Virginia Legal Defense website and scroll down the page to the second entry under "useful stuff" - right click on the link and do a "save as" to get the pdf form bill of sale. By the way, the second page is just instructions, and there is a discussion explaining why both the buyer and the seller need to have that form executed.
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Absent an express agreement to the contrary, I always assume all items are subject to prior sale.
I regard it as a matter of required courtesy to communicate changes in status so as to avoid having to make a trip for nothing.

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#1364494 - 06/15/18 10:41 AM Re: Bill of Sale for firearm transactions [Re: user]
user Offline
F.O.G. (Fat Old Geezer)

Registered: 01/14/09
Posts: 656
Loc: Broad Run, VA.
City or County: Fauquier
Since I posted last on this topic, I have retired from the practice of law, and the Virginia Legal Defense website is no longer active.

I have also revised my standard form (some of which was plagiarized to make that other form posted on this thread) which I will email in PDF format to anyone who wants it - send me an email at vgt@defenserights.org.
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Absent an express agreement to the contrary, I always assume all items are subject to prior sale.
I regard it as a matter of required courtesy to communicate changes in status so as to avoid having to make a trip for nothing.

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