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Author Topic: Gun purchase from a firearm dealer in DE  (Read 527 times)
Richie
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« on: April 10, 2018, 03:24:03 AM »

If you have a CCDW permit and are purchasing a new gun from a dealer in DE do you still have to fill out
all the paper work for a background check., or is having the permit enough.
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Packing_Nine
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« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2018, 05:46:36 AM »

You will still be required to complete a Form 4473 when you purchase a firearm from an FFL, regardless of whether or not you have acquired the license as provided in Delaware Title 11, Section 1441 (license to carry CCDW).
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CorBon
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« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2018, 06:13:01 AM »

Years ago, it exempted you from the Delaware call, but NOT the Federal call, and not the 4473.  Of course, I guess we could walk this all the way back to pre-Fall Ď68 when you didnít even need the 4473!
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« Reply #3 on: April 26, 2018, 01:20:13 PM »

Handgunlaw.us has the ATF's Permanent Brady Permit List showing which state permits qualify as an alternative to a background check. It doesn't appear to distinguish between resident and non-resident permits.  Ironically HI permits qualify but virtually none exist.  DE & FL do not. However UT & PA do!

Reading further, Permanent Brady State Lists appears to defer the background check to the State.  So maybe if you show a PA LTCF when purchasing in PA that you fill out a PA form instead of the 4473.

Reading even further, the ATFs Open Letter to All PA FFLs states that "The Brady law provides that certain permits may qualify as alternatives to a NICS check. However, there are no permits in your State that qualify as an alternative to a NICS check.. So if you have read this far in this post: Dead End.
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