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CHANGES TO MICHIGAN LAW REGARDING SALES OF FIREARMS

(PA- 19 of 2023 - EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY, 13TH 2024)

 

For a more detailed list of guns laws, visit the MI State Police website at : www.michigan.gov/msp/services/ccw

 

So after hours and hours of consulting with various authorities in the industry, I think we have finally developed a solid reference to the changes in Michigan Law regarding sales of firearms. As I am not an attorney, this is a reference and I recommend verifying this information with your local law enforcement agency.


That being said, here we go:


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NON-FFL Seller

Private Buyer

Buyer HAS CPL

NON-FFL Seller

Private Buyer

Buyer does NOT have CPL

FFL Seller

Private Buyer

Buyer HAS CPL

FFL Seller

Private Buyer

Buyer does NOT have CPL

PISTOL

  1. SELLER is responsible to complete and submit the Firearms Sales Record (RI-060) to their local Police Dept. or Sheriff’s Office within 10 days.

  2. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.

  1. BUYER must obtain LTP (RI-010a) and present to Seller.

  2. SELLER is responsible to complete and submit the License to Purchase (RI-010a) to the Licensing Authority within 10 days.

  3. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.

  1. SELLER is responsible to complete and submit the Firearms Sales Record (RI-060) to their local Police Dept. or Sheriff’s Office within 10 days.

  2. FFL STILL must run a NICS background check.

  3. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.

  1. BUYER must first obtain LTP (RI-010a) to present to Seller (FFL)..

  2. FFL does not have to run a NICS background check (but is not prohibited from doing so) but CANNOT complete the sale until the buyer provides a LTP (RI-010a).

  3. Seller completes and returns the LTP to the Licensing Authority within 10 days.

  4. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.

LONG GUNS

(NOT INCLUDING NFA ITEMS)

  1. Firearm Sales Record (RI-060) must be completed by seller, including buyer’s CPL number.

  2. No paperwork submission required after the sale.

  3. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.

  1. BUYER must first obtain LTP (RI-010a) from Police Department or Sheriff’s Office.

  2. Seller to complete the LTP and provide a copy to the buyer.

  3. No paperwork submission required after the sale.

  4. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.

  1. FFL STILL must run a NICS background check (unless buyer has first obtained an LTP (RI-010a), which is NOT required for long guns purchased from an FFL).

  2. Firearms Sales Record (RI-060) must be completed by Seller (FLL) but is NOT required to be submitted to law enforcement after the sale.

  3. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.

  1. FFL STILL must run a NICS background check (unless buyer has first obtained an LTP (RI-010a), which is NOT required for long guns purchased from an FFL).

  2. Firearms Sales Record (RI-060) must be completed by Seller (FLL) but is NOT required to be submitted to law enforcement after the sale.

  3. Out-of-State Carry Permit Exception STILL APPLIES.


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