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which state allows one to buy a gun/ firearm without an id or gun card permit?
im doing a school project and i need help i need to know in which states can you buy a gun without registering or having a id or gun card. like were can someone just walk up and buy a gun like cake?

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2009-11-21 17:26:43 +0000
None that I'm aware of.

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2009-11-22 05:36:39 +0000
well i know here in az if you go to a gun show you can buy a gun in the parking lot its not legal but you can get one

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2009-11-22 17:59:42 +0000
Not only does federal law require that you fill out the appropriate forms and have an instant background check, but be aware that falsifying that from can get you up to ten years in prison. There is no state where a person can walk up and buy a gun like you can a cake.

Is that what they are teaching you in school these days?

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2009-11-21 17:15:36 +0000
Federal law requires an ID, so there are no states where what you describe is possible.

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2009-11-21 17:31:29 +0000
Federal law requires that all firearms transfers through licensed dealers be accompanied by a Form 4473 and approval through the FBI's instant background check. It applies to all states, so there is no one state in which someone can walk into a gun store and buy any firearm with no restrictions.

Ever since the Gun Control Act of 1968, gun stores still required at least valid ID proving you were a legal resident of the state, and the information was recorded as part of the sale.

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2009-11-23 08:07:08 +0000
Federal law requires your ID when buying from an FFL dealer (Gun shop). No ID, no gun.

The only exception to this is private transfers, which require no paperwork. In instances or states that don't allow this, I think you can transfer through the police chief, and I don't think they're federally required by law to use your ID (though I imagine they will anyway).

In PA, we allow transfer of firearms between family with absolutely no paperwork at all. You pass the gun to them and they say thanks and you go on about your business.

I hope you're not defending anti-gun legislation -_-

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2009-11-23 07:46:57 +0000
There is no state where you can go to a federally licensed gun dealer (FFL) and buy a gun without ID. However, many states allow private party transactions and most don't register guns. If you live in one of those states, you can look in the classified ads for private parties with guns for sale and buy from one of them. As long as they sell fewer than five guns a year, the BATFE does not consider them to be in the firearms business. Some of them are probably stupid enough not to ask for ID or keep a record of the sale.

So, to use your analogy, you can't go to a gun shop and buy a gun as you would go to a bakery and buy a cake. However, in many states, you can buy a gun from your neighbor, if they have one for sale, just as you might buy their old lawn mower.

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