Common Sense and Due Caution

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Re: Common Sense and Due Caution

Postby VBshooter » Sat, 31 Mar 2012 10:30:24

CCfan wrote;
If I sell a firearm to anyone, I don't really know what I'll do - but I seriously doubt I'm gonna be making it a paper-pushing issue. I'll probably just use common sense...and due caution.

I ask them how old they are and look at their ID..that;s it..No more questions, If they stupidly volunteer something to make me suspicous then it;s easy enough to stop the sale...Other than that a Private Sale is just that,,Private! Its nobodys damn business other than the 2 parties involved what the transaction is.
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