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Requirements to Purchase Firearms from Federally Licensed Dealers
VA Residents: Must be of legal age to purchase a firearm.  Must have two (2) forms of ID with the same exact address.  One ID should be a valid VA Driver's License or VA ID Card.  The other ID can be a document that proves you are VA resident...a concealed carry permit, a personal check , a vehicle registration, utility bill...you can also use a hunting/fishing license...which ever form of ID you use for your 2nd ID it must have the same exact address as your driver's license.  You must fill out the paperwork and pass the background check, you can then take your firearm with you. 
NON-VA Residents: Must be of legal age to purchase a firearm.  Can only purchase long guns (rifles and shotguns) and must have the same forms of ID as VA residents.  Driver's License from your State of residence and another ID that proves  you live in that State.  ALL LAWS OF BOTH STATES MUST BE COMPLIED WITH.  You must fill out the paperwork and pass the background check, you can then take your firearm with you. 
Military Personnel: Must bring a copy of your orders that show VA as your "permanent duty station."  Must have your Military ID and your Driver's License from the State you are from.

FIREARMS REGISTRATION: Washington D.C Registration PDF

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Out-of-State

Here is the relevant text:

http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+18.2-308.2:2

 http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+18.2-308.2C2 

Criminal history record information check required for the transfer of  certain firearms. You must fill out the paperwork and pass the background check, you can then take your firearm with you. 

"In addition, no dealer shall sell, rent, trade or transfer from his inventory any assault firearm to any person who is not a citizen of the United States or who is not a person lawfully admitted for permanent residence. To establish citizenship or lawful admission for a permanent residence for purposes of purchasing an assault firearm, a dealer shall require a prospective purchaser to present a certified birth certificate or a certificate of birth abroad issued by the United States State Department, a certificate of citizenship or a certificate of naturalization issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, an unexpired U.S. passport, a United States citizen identification card, a current voter registration card, a current selective service registration card, or an immigrant visa or other documentation of status as a person lawfully admitted for permanent residence issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services."

Attention Gun Show Attendees....Do you  need to know what type of ID you need to purchase a firearm from a Federally Licensed Dealer, as we have to turn down a lot of sales when people don't have these specific ID's

Attention North Carolina Residents.....

All Handgun Buyers in North Carolina can now purchase a handgun without a Purchase Permit if you have a Concealed Carry Permit....if you do not have a Concealed Carry Permit then you must have a Purchase Permit from your local Sheriff.

Attention Virginia Residents....

Concealed Carry Permit Holders can now make unlimited multi handgun purchases.

 

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