Q: We have a 43 year old woman who purchased a gun from an online source (we are only processing Background check). She seems to be “different” but pleasant and passed the CA firearm safety test. Today, her mother (care taker) called and deemed her to be mentally unstable to own a firearm. She has asked us not to deliver the firearm to her. The only proof of her mental instability will be a doctors letter stating she is not suitable to serve on jury duty. Furthermore, there is now a possibility that the “lease agreement” between her mother and her (used to show residency proof) may be fraudulent according to the mother). How do we move forward one way or the other? No proof of fraudulent activity or proof of any mental problems other than for jury duty. At the same token, we don’t want to deprive someone of their 2A rights either.
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