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knife

Member
Apr 22, 2018
6
in some states, you only need a state ID to buy a gun second hand. i was thinking getting a fake ID but i'd have to look for how to get one.

death is the only thing on my mind. i really want to die.
 
QueerBeerBoi

QueerBeerBoi

New Member
Apr 23, 2018
4
An 80% receiver is an idea - since not technically considered a firearm you could buy one anywhere without an ID. Finish it yourself or get someone else to do it but you can end up with an gun that you bought without an ID and is completely untraceable.
 
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MAIO

Elementalist
Apr 8, 2018
838
Just buy a gun at a private gun show etc. Many gun sales do not check id, usually only shops do.
 
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knife

Member
Apr 22, 2018
6
@QueerBeerBoi

I'm not very familiar with guns, but I'll do some research.

@Tomasnil

Yes.

@MAIO

I've considered a private gun show, but it seems kind of risky. I don't want to raise suspicion if someone asks me for an ID out of the blue. It's not a 100% guarantee that they won't ask me for one.
 
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MAIO

Elementalist
Apr 8, 2018
838
@QueerBeerBoi

I'm not very familiar with guns, but I'll do some research.

@Tomasnil

Yes.

@MAIO

I've considered a private gun show, but it seems kind of risky. I don't want to raise suspicion if someone asks me for an ID out of the blue. It's not a 100% guarantee that they won't ask me for one.

Suspicion? What are you talking about? Just say you don't have an id. no one is going to call the cops on you, unless you say I am buying a gun to kill myself or someone else. They just won't sell it to you if they wanted an id. Are you sure you can't just buy a gun at a gun shop? You usually can even if you have been hospitalized.