Q: I have a customer come pick up a gun with a pawn claim ticket. His background check was denied. After I gave him the appeal information, he claimed the gun was actually his son’s and he asked him to come pick it up. My records show the man this customer claims to be his son is the original pawnee, but they have different last names and different home addresses. My question is: can the son (the original pawnee) come in to pick up the gun without this being flagged as a straw purchase? I have an editable letter for the son to fill out explaining the responsibilities of owning a gun with a prohibited person around. Should I have him fill that out, too?
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