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Hey guys this is my first time posting, first time dealing with any FFL transfers and my first time actually BUYING a handgun.
I recently bought a SIG p229 Legion RX from a gun store in TX.
I had it shipped to a local Gun store in Las Vegas, NV.
They recieved it 2 days ago and I lost my ID 4...