Greetings all, I am new to the site having recently returned to GA from PA. Today I dropped by David's Gun Room on Buford hwy in Norcross, GA. and a Tactical Solutions pac-lite barrel/receiver caught my eye for my mkIII 22/45. After agreeing upon the price I handed over my new temp paper GA drivers license and was asked if I had moved from out of state. I was then told that it was law that I had to be a resident 90 days with at least three consecutive months of utility bills to confirm my state residency. I was not familiar with any BATF law or regulation to that effect so I assumed I must have missed something in the GA firearms laws when I had researched them earlier. Figuring I was ignorant on the subject and that the FFL dealer would most likely be correct would continue the transaction and was told I could pay for the item to ensure I received the agreed upon price now and return in 90 days to run the PICS or GA equivalent and pick up the item. Once home I looked up the GA firearms laws again to educate myself and confirmed there is no such law. I then did a search of the BATF site and found the policy/regulation to establish state residency is basically to claim residency in the state and maintain a residence in the state. The only mention of a waiting period to establish state residency applies only to LEGAL IMMIGRANTS, not citizens. Figuring this was just the stores misinterpretation of the BATF regulations I was first informed I was incorrect. When I insisted that this information is directly form the the BATF site I was humored and then told law or not it was store policy and that they had to comply with a lot of "unofficial" BATF procedures and policies despite the letter of the law. This being the case I asked that they just run the checks and if I am declined for the 90 day residency issue I will accept that. I was told they would not and I must wait 90 days first. In that event I asked that they return my money and I will purchase the item a another FFL that does not have such a policy. Guy sorta got a bit of an attitude at that point. All sales are final and they would be doing me a favor by returning my money. I asked if they would wait 90 days if they could just go to another dealer and get the item now. The guy said sure, maybe I would... come on, give me a break!!! Also, what sale was final when the transaction was never completed? They received the money but I did not receive any good or service in exchange yet so what sale actually occurred? Well moot point as I was refunded fully but the attitude was not welcome or appreciated. I don't know anything else about this dealer as this was my first and last interaction with them so just be advised I reckon. Note, I saw a few of the Glenn Beck safe deals while I was there. I personally do not want to support an operation that does not support my rights.