Ffl question

grouse

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To acquire a firearm for a private to Ffl transfer. Is a copy of the persons state issued cpl adequate or do you truly need a drivers license? This is on the acquisition side only.
 

338weatherby

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OK thanks. If the CPL has that information is that suitable per ATF?
Not familiar what CPL stands for but if has their name, address, ans expiration date on it, it should be good. Log book only needs to verify who the firearm was acquired from. For a non licensed person, it’s an address. For a licensed FFL, it’s their license number and. Simple as that. Get a photo copy of ID for your record though.
 

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probably depends on the state. when i buy a gun, they generally take my ID and my conceal carry permit. the permit keeps them from having to do the background check in NC. just fill out the 4473 and you're on your way.
 

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Oregon DMV allows CWP to be used as ID, so I'd "think" it should suffice. But with this new admin I'd go with a driver's license to be safe. In case they retroactively create new standards.
 
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