Ill put pictures up any info will be appreciated
Can’t speak for other states regarding private sales but a background search is required in Michigan either as a purchase permit or having a concealed permit. A FFL is not relevant.Unless there is a State law requiring it, transfers between two people in the same State do not require a FFL involvement in the transfer. Registration depends on your State’s laws.
Generally speaking it has to be an antique, Mfg. prior to 1898.Ok what about the registering part? I was told it might be old enough where dosnt have to be registered
Here a background check is $10.50, and a third party transfer is $45, for a total of $55.50. It's a small price to pay for peace of mind.We have an FFL down the road that does transfers and background checks for $25. I figure I both meet state law and am absolved from trouble if a buyer gets the gun stolen or does something wicked. I have only sold one gun, a Lee Enfield, to a private party and had it shipped to their FFL.
At the risk of being rude, there are several things about OP's comments that bother me:
1. He claims to have just purchased this, but doesn't know anything about ti.
2. He is only concerned about how much it's worth.
3. He wants to sell it, but only online.
4. He seems overly concerned with not registering it or doing any legal paperwork.
5. He won't tell anyone where he's from.
5. His grammer is positively horrid.
All this leads me to to believe he's very young, possibly acquired this gun in a less-than-legal way, and looking to dump it quickly for whatever he can get.
I know that I could be incorrect in all my assumptions, and I do apologize if that is the case.