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  • Mrprovy
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    As mentioned, done at licensing. When she gets her license, bring her guns there (with her, of course) and they'll put them on her license. Not sure if they will allow the guns to remain on yours too (they should, but we do live in the land of OZ).

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  • bigbore44
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    Originally posted by artburg View Post
    Amendment fees only and done at licensing division of you license issuer. No ffl or background checked required.
    Exactly this, for any direct blood member of your family. Father/Mother/Wife/Sister/Brother etc.

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  • Gopedxr7
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    Originally posted by Huntington Guy View Post

    Would make more sense to just sell off some of the guns.
    Watcha got? ๐Ÿ˜
    Our first date convo:

    me: I just got my license and bought a 22lr ruger mark 1

    her: in PA my first gun was a ruger too, Sp101 357. Your 22lr is cute though.


    Yeah and I had a Chevy equinox at the time and she drove a lifted wrangler.
    Last edited by Gopedxr7; 04-06-2019, 06:15 PM.

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  • Range Time
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    Originally posted by artburg View Post
    Amendment fees only and done at licensing division of you license issuer. No ffl or background checked required.
    You mean something in NY actually makes sense? (Even is it is ridiculously costly...wait, maybe it's only $10 rather than $10 for each.)

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  • artburg
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    Amendment fees only and done at licensing division of you license issuer. No ffl or background checked required.

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  • Huntington Guy
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    Originally posted by Gopedxr7 View Post

    yeah I feel with family there is some exception. I mean itโ€™s going to be almost $200 in transfer fees plus $10 each to add to her license.
    Would make more sense to just sell off some of the guns.








    Watcha got? ๐Ÿ˜

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  • Huntington Guy
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    I thought direct transfers with immediate family are gtg. I agree w Aqua, probably have to pay the amendment fee.

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  • Gopedxr7
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    Originally posted by Aquabach View Post
    Mmm. Isn't there something with the Cuomo/RINo act allowing transfers between family members?

    Although I'm sure you still have to pay fees to SCPD to remove and then to add each one.
    I'd call SCPD and ask how to do it.
    They might be more accommodating than troop L for info and in doing it.
    For example i know that according to CUOMO?RINO act Desert Eagle's have to be registered as an assault weapon and SSCPD feels it's registered with them so that fits the law
    yeah I feel with family there is some exception. I mean itโ€™s going to be almost $200 in transfer fees plus $10 each to add to her license.

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  • Aquabach
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    Mmm. Isn't there something with the Cuomo/RINo act allowing transfers between family members?

    Although I'm sure you still have to pay fees to SCPD to remove and then to add each one.
    I'd call SCPD and ask how to do it.
    They might be more accommodating than troop L for info and in doing it.
    For example i know that according to CUOMO?RINO act Desert Eagle's have to be registered as an assault weapon and SSCPD feels it's registered with them so that fits the law
    Last edited by Aquabach; 04-06-2019, 05:45 PM.

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  • Gopedxr7
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    Transferring handguns to my wife

    My wife applied for her license last week. Finger printing is next month. I have handguns on my license that are hers from when she lived in PA before we met.

    Today I did a person to person transfer and realized we are going to have to pay a fee To trandsfer all of her handguns.

    My my question is this, is there a family or spouse exception to having to pay person to person transfer fees?
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