How do you register gun if do not have receipt?
Depends entirely on the law where you live- and you did not share that with us. In the US, there is NO registration of ordinary firearms on a Federal level. A few states do require registration, most do not. We also get questions from several nations outside the US- and THEIR procedures are different. Please repost giving the jurisdiction where you live, and we can give you a better answer. You can also check with gun dealers or law enforcement in the area where you live. Sorry-
Yes as long as they have a gun licence you may need to register under you then transfer the ownership when you give the gun to them ____________________________________ Yes, however; check your state laws. Many states don't require a gun license, many don't require registration. Writing up some sort of "receipt" with whom you've transferred the firearm to and when is not a bad idea.
Do you need to register a firearm in Pennsylvania if the gun was handed down by a deceased family member?
That would depend on where you purchased the gun and what the local laws are. If you purchased a gun from a private seller it would be your responsibility to register it. If you purchase from a gun store, they probably register it during the sale. However, only a few states require registration. So the answer is, you probably don't have to register the gun, regardless of where you bought it, unless you live in…