Q: We were contacted today by a business in Florida about a customer who had purchased a rifle from them. The customer was a resident of Tennessee and, according to the business, should not have been able to purchase the firearm in their state due to a law about only being able to sell long guns to border states. The business contacted the customer and asked them to return the firearm and they would transfer it to our store for the proper steps according to their state law. The customer does not want to send the rifle back, but instead wants his wife to bring the rifle to our store and us log it in as a transfer, which to us, does not seem to be the correct thing to do. What steps do you suggest we take in order to handle this matter legally?
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