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    This is something that I have recently started to think about. I purchased my duty gun (Glock Model 22) in January. After filling out all of the paperwork and whatnot, I did not get a copy of the form I signed. I didn't think about it then because I figured that the dealer should know what he is doing, and If I needed a copy, he would have given me one. For whatever reason, the other day, I realized that the form I signed was a carbon-copy type of form and was wondering if the dealer should have given me a copy of the form. Should the dealer have given me a copy? Is it a big deal?

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    What form? The 4473?
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    • #3
      There is no federal gun "registration" of normal guns most of us use. There are some STATE gun registration systems. The federal 4473 form is not a carbon copy form. The only carbon copy form I have ever used as an FFL dealer is the multiple sales form used if you buy more than 1 handgun within 5 business days. In that case the buyer does not get a copy.

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      • #4
        I don't know of any carbon copy type forms used for firearms sales. The form 4473 is multiple sheets side fold that asks you all the are you this or that questions but there is no copy system only originals.

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        • #5
          Nope, you don't need a copy of any of the government paperwork.

          Based on your other posts it looks like you are from MN where there is no mandatory handgun registration.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Fëanor View Post
            Nope, you don't need a copy of any of the government paperwork.

            Based on your other posts it looks like you are from MN where there is no mandatory handgun registration.
            I'm from WI. Thanks all for the replies. One less thing for me to worry about
            Live with honor, and let not your death be born by the pallbearers of disgrace, cruelty, weakness, and fear.

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            • #7
              Whoops. Same result anyway, WI also doesn't have mandatory handgun registration.

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