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‘Actual Buyer’ Question OK on ATF Form (access required)

A Roanoke U.S. District Court will not dismiss an indictment charging defendant with making a false and fictitious written statement to a firearms dealer, for allegedly representing he was the “actual buyer,” when he was purchasing the firearm for another; the court rejects defendant’s claim that the “actual buyer” question on the federal form is ...

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