I live in MO. Person from Kansas transported gun from Kansas.
There is a difference between a private sale between two individuals and buying a gun from a FFL (federal firearms license) dealer. The is no paper work required to sell a gun between Missouri and
Kansas private citizens that I am aware of. If you bought a pistol at a store in Kansas Like cabelas, the store would physically have to transfer it to a Missouri FFL before you could pick it up in Missouri. The transfer fee is generally $25 This transfer requirement only applies to hand guns, not long guns like rifles and shotguns. ,
I do not know what the rules are for all states, especially California and back east.
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Contact the BATFE to check. The law with regards to firearm transfers are complicated.
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