Massachusetts Firearm/Gun Bill of Sale

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The Massachusetts firearm bill of sale acts as a purchase and sale agreement for a gun that is to be sold in a private sale between two (2) parties. Under Massachusetts law, Chapter 140 Section 131, all individuals that possess firearms in the State must obtain an identification card. If the purchaser does not have an identification card it may be applied for by attending a safety class and applying through the applicant’s local police department.

How to Write

All bill of sale forms are required to be notarized in the State. The following information should be provided in the form:

  • Date of Sale
  • Buyer’s Name and Mailing Address
  • Seller’s Name and Mailing Address
  • Gun Description
    • Caliber
    • Model
    • Make
    • Serial Number (S/N)
  • Purchase Price
  • Condition of Gun
  • Signature Area
  • Notary Acknowledgment