I've never had to fill one out, Just a 4473, but here's the form straight from BCI:
So if it's illegal, can't we call the Attorney General and get it stopped? Why doesn't somebody like Mitch Vilos do that very thing?GeneticsDave said:That's the new illegal BCI gun registration form that they are making everyone fill out. :evil:
Actually you have to fill it out even if you don't have a CFP and its a felony if you dont fill it out and a felony for the store if they dont fax it in.UtahCFP said:Since they aren't asking for the firearm S/N, and there isn't anything being asked for that you didn't supply when you applied for the CFP, I'm guessing they are verifying your CFP so you can skip the NICS check. Just guessin' here. :raisedbrow:
It is annoying. When I bought a few guns at C-A-L Ranch in Tooele they had me fill one out. Just one for several guns, no firearm identifying information other than the "please circle". So BCI might argue its a form they use to keep track of background checks, not firearm sales.GeneticsDave said:That's the new illegal BCI gun registration form that they are making everyone fill out. :evil:
They can collect all of the statistics they want.....BUT they will not be any good in a few years. There is no requirement to record private sales. When I sold my guns I purposely did not record any of the sales. I no longer have the guns, I was not required to record anything about their sale and I refuse to be part of any future systematic gun confiscation plan where they use the records of former gun owners to track down present gun owners.Bflamante said:Seems like it is being used to collect statistics on purchases. Such as the number of handgun, long guns, etc. Does the BCI had the legal authority to implement this sheet at the level of felony offense if not followed? If you have an answer to this please post with citation of legal code giving them this authority. The reason I as is that if they were to be able to do this what is stopping them from going further into regulatory paperwork at their discretion (gun license).
I had not thought of that, but I guess, when you put it that way, it is strictly up to you. If neither of you are a FFL then no records are required.m&p40 said:so what about us poor suckers that filled out this paperwork on a NEW commercial gun?? Should I just "sell" my guns to my wife?