A Georgia Firearm Bill of Sale is a legal document that allows for the transfer of ownership of guns or firearms (rifles, pistols, or other comparable assault weapons that fall into the category of legal handguns) between two parties (individuals or companies). This document contains the history of the item, the contact information of the seller and the purchaser, and shows their mutual consent to enter into the transaction.
The state of Georgia does not currently provide an official Bill of Sale. However, there are several requirements for the document, and you have an opportunity to create your own Firearm Bill of Sale online with our customizable template or download a ready-made one below.
A Firearm Bill of Sale in Georgia does not require notarization. No local laws prohibit you from having additional certification so if you feel that some issues may arise in the future, you can supplement the document with an additional part containing signature fields for two witnesses and/or a notary public certification.
Individuals and companies alike may sell and purchase guns. Bear in mind that handgun dealers, along with their employees, have to obtain a license from the Georgia Department of Public Safety before they can conduct any firearm transactions. There are no Georgia gun laws that require permits or licenses to own a gun. Since there is no strict regulation, private owners and buyers can easily sell and buy firearms. It may be wise to determine the price of the item before you sell it via a gun appraisal process. After that, you only need to draft a Bill of Sale to finalize the transaction.
This document usually contains the following information:
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