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Are gun giveaways legit?
Yes, gun giveaways are legitimate. Gun giveaways and raffles are legal under federal law.
Like any contest, there are sponsors who run illegitimate gun giveaways. The best way to research the legitimacy of any giveaway contest is to scrutinize the official rules and contact the gun giveaway sponsor with any questions.
How does gifting someone a gun work?
According to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), an unlicensed individual may transfer (gift) a firearm to another unlicensed individual residing in the same state as long as the transferor does not know or have reasonable cause to believe the transferee is prohibited from receiving or possessing firearms under federal law.
There is no Federal law recordkeeping requirement pertaining to the transfer of a firearm between two unlicensed individuals.
To lawfully gift a firearm to an unlicensed person who resides out of state, the firearm should be shipped to a federal firearms licensee (FFL) within the transferee’s state of residence.
Are gun raffles allowed on Facebook?
Yes, gun raffles, gun sweepstakes, and gun giveaways are allowed on Facebook. Gun raffles are not considered purchase, sale, or trade, which are prohibited on Facebook. From Facebook help:
The purchase, sale or trade of firearms, ammunition and explosives between private individuals isn’t allowed on Facebook. Please refer to this Help Center article for a list of items covered by this policy.
Firearm shops and online retailers are allowed to engage in commercial activity involving firearms and ammunition on Facebook (example: offering a gun for sale) as long as all applicable laws and regulations are followed.
Keep in mind that posts about firearms in general are allowed on Facebook. This includes discussions about sales in stores or by online retailers, posts advocating for changes to firearm regulation or anything else that follows Facebook’s Community Standards and Terms.
What happens after you win gun giveaways?
After winning a gun giveaway, the organization will likely notify you directly. Once you know you’ve won, you’ll need to find a dealer with a Federal Firearms License to conduct a background check on you. The gun giveaway organization will work with an FFL dealer on their end to ship the gun to your dealer. You may be responsible for applicable local, state, and federal taxes on your prize. Finally, be aware the giveaway organization may use your name in promotional materials. Keep reading.
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