Alabama Firearm (Gun) Bill of Sale Form

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The Alabama firearm (gun) bill of sale form is implemented during the private sale of a pistol, rifle, or any handheld gun. The buyer and seller must complete and sign the document at the time of transfer. Specific data regarding the exchange is transcribed to the contract producing a valid record of the transaction. It is recommended that all signatures are executed in the presence of a public notary to solidify its authenticity.

 

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    How to Register a Gun

    The state of Alabama does not require the registration of firearms. You do not have to acquire a license of any kind, but if you would like to obtain the right to a concealed carry, you will have to apply for a permit (in accordance with Section 13A-11-75). If you are are interested in obtaining this permit, visit the Alabama Sheriffs Association website and select the county in which you reside to find out more information. (To review the laws regarding firearms in Alabama, visit the state’s website.)

    How to Write

    Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF.

    Step 2 – Seller Information – Insert the following requested information regarding the individual who is selling the firearm:

    • Name
    • Mailing Address
    • City
    • State
    • Zip
    • Driver’s License Number

    Step 2 – Buyer Information – Provide the required information pertaining to the individual purchasing the firearm:

    • Name
    • Mailing Address
    • City
    • State
    • Zip
    • Driver’s License Number

    Step 3 – Firearm Information – Enter the details listed below concerning the firearm being sold in the transaction:

    • Manufacturer
    • Model
    • Caliber
    • Serial Number

    Step 4 – Sale Information – Record the following sale details into the appropriate spaces:

    • Sales Price (in word form)
    • Sales Price (in numerical form)
    • Date in which the transaction is taking place.
    • If the exchange involves a trade, check the box and specify the details of the transaction into the space provided.

    Step 5 – Disclosure for Seller – Seller must read the following section. If they affirm that the statements provided are true, they must then supply a signature on the indicated line.

    Step 6 – Disclosure for Buyer – Buyer must read this section. If they agree that the statements written with the section are correct, they must then provide their signature on the designated line below.

    Step 7 – Signatures – All parties must finalize the transaction by confirming they agree to the terms and conditions and providing:

    • Date (day, month, year)
    • Seller Signature
    • Buyer Signature
    • Witness #1 Signature
    • Witness # 2 Signature

    (Note: This section should be completed in the presence of a notary public.)

    Step 8 – Acknowledgment of Notary Public – The last section must be executed by an authorized individual who witnessed the signing of the document. If approved, they will then provide the following into the notary section:

    • County in which the notarial act is occurring.
    • Date (day, month, year)
    • Name of Seller/Buyer (there is a notary section for each)
    • Notary Public Signature
    • Date their Commission Expires