Q: Regarding the Abramski decision, does this prohibit the purchase of a firearm as a gift? 2) A man and his adult daughter enter the store looking at handguns. The female says she likes the feel of a particular revolver, but it is outside her budget. The father says to her “I want you to be safe, you just moved into your place and I don’t like the neighborhood, I’ll loan you the difference and you can pay me back.” He says to the sales clerk “She’ll take this one, wrap it up.” She has an out of state drivers license when the clerk asks for her Identification and we advise her she must have her valid in-state ID with current address before we can proceed. He says to her, “I’ll buy it then and I’ll just let you borrow it until you get your ID issues squared away and then we’ll get it transferred into your name, I want this to be your gun”. Does this statement place any burden upon us to decline the sale, as we now have knowledge he intends to deliver the firearm to another person?
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