Michigan Firearm/Gun Bill of Sale
The Michigan gun bill of sale follows the State laws, known as MDL 28.422, that require all buyers of firearms in the State to obtain a ‘purchase permit’. An individual may apply by going to their local police department and have their background checked and pass a pistol safety exam.
After successful completion the candidate will receive a ‘purchase permit’ which must be shown at the time of bill of sale and the seller is recommended to take a copy of the buyer’s card and identification.
How to Write
The following fields must be complete to create a legally binding bill of sale:
- Date of Sale
- Buyer and Seller Information
- Firearm Description – Advised that the buyer look for a clean serial number
- Purchase Price or Payment Agreement
- Condition of the Firearm