Q: Client had a military member enter their store yesterday and purchase an AR-15 lower receiver. The customer had a Florida driver’s license with a Georgia address on it because he is from Florida but he was stationed in Georgia. The 4473 contained the Georgia address as his “current residence” (Q.2) but he listed “Florida” as his “state of residence” (Q.13). The customer also had military orders showing that his duty stationed had changed yesterday to California. There are a few issues here. First, client has a 4473 with a primary residence and state of residence from two different states. Second, assuming that the Georgia address is his current residence address, an AR-15 lower receiver was sold to an out of state resident. Third, the new orders seem to show that the customer is currently a resident of California despite what state issued the driver’s license and what address appears on the license. The first issue causes us to have an incorrect 4473. The second issue causes us to have an unlawful transfer of a lower receiver to an out of state resident. The third issue causes us to have the same problem as the second issue but also includes a transfer to a resident of a state for which the firearm is prohibited. The customer left with the firearm yesterday after a successful NICS check. The client noticed the issue this morning and asked the customer to come back to the store, which he did, and the client regained possession of the receiver. The receiver was never logged out of the client’s A&D record. How does the client fix this issue?
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