I have a handgun for sale on a classifieds website. Been there for a while. Got a call today from a guy saying he wanted to buy it. Mentioned that he was coming up from Paris (Tennessee - short drive south of here) and where did I li... At that point I interrupted him and asked him if he was a Kentucky resident. He said Tennessee. Told him I couldn't sell it to him. At this point he got a little pushy and said that law only applied to FFLs and he ought to know because he was an FFL holder and blahblahblah. Then... Me: "So, you're an FFL holder?" (may have a sale yet) Him: "No. I used to be." Me: "Sorry, can't sell to you." (bummed. looks like no sale) Him: "Look, where did you get this information that you, as a private individual, can't sell a gun to someone out of state?" Me: "Well... everywhere. But, specifically, the ATF website and the US Code 922 something or other." Him: "Well, I'm telling you that you can sell to me." Me: "That'll be great. Of course, I'll have to verify that I can legally do that before we meet." Him: "Just never mind. I don't want to buy your gun anyway if you're just going to give me a hard time about it." He wasn't through but I said, "See ya later," and hung up. He sounded almost convincing enough that I thought he might have been right. I checked the ATF website and, well, he was wrong. Former FFL holder... right. Probably current ATF agent. For review: http://www.atf.gov/firearms/faq/unlicensed-persons.html Y'all be careful selling your guns. Don't get stung.