Vermont Firearm/Gun Bill of Sale

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The Vermont firearm bill of sale is the only document needed in order to legally transfer a gun from one individual to another. The identification should be presented along with any type of ownership credentials on behalf of the seller. The Serial Number (S/N) should be clearly visible and on the date of the transfer of money and the gun should the bill of sale be signed as a receipt.

  • Both parties should keep a copy of the signed document for their records.

Laws State Constitution Chapter 1, Article 16

There is no restriction or registration required for any resident of Vermont to purchase and possess a gun in the State. The gun bill of sale may legally transfer ownership and the rights to a firearm.