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    How to get a Dead persons Hand gun on your permit?

    100% true, I have posted a question about My FILs missing Hand guns before. [ Thanks to all that replied]
    FIL Ret. SCPD had 3 revolvers. 2 are missing that My wife reported over the phone about 3/4 weeks ago. The last one was in a safe that My wife can not get into.
    Now as it was told to My wife and I the younger sister that has a Pistol permit for a few months [ wife has had hers for about 2 years] takes the last revolver out of the safe walks into the Pistol Lic. section of HQ
    with nothing but a death certificate and her permit . And has it transferred to her ? No will no Bill of sale, no FFL nothing.
    Can this be real ???? WTF.
    Better to have A gun in your hand, then a Cop on the phone

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    Yes. A firearm can be transfer at PLB from a parent to a son/daughter. No bill of sale required. No purchase order doc. No FFL.
    (I inherited my father's).

    Who's the executor of his estate?
    Last edited by Mak00; 05-16-2018, 06:03 AM.

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      #3
      Maybe,was there a will?? If so was it left to her??
      Last edited by artburg; 05-15-2018, 07:19 PM.

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        #4
        Yep, I did it when my Dad died. But along with death cert, I also had a letter from the County Clerk, a copy of his license from upstate, and also a letter from the lawyer taking care of his "estate". Went really smooth.
        Later, Steve
        People are crazy and times are strange
        I'm locked in tight, I'm out of range
        I used to care but........ things have changed

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          #5
          Its called NY Penal Law 265.20. Lot of posts about this lately.

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            #6
            I've done this. Call LI Ammo. It took time but I eventually took possession.
            NRA Life member

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              #7
              Thanks guys. My wife's younger sister [ the one who took the revolver transferred to her name] Is one of 2 execs. of the estate. The will does NOT stipulate who gets the Gun. To late now, but thanks again.
              Better to have A gun in your hand, then a Cop on the phone

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