Good day, all! I’m hoping this is the right area for this question; if not, I’m confident mods will move it to the appropriate forum. I am now a GA resident (Retired Military originally from Illinois) and GWL holder. My Father and Uncle, both of whom reside in Illinois, wish to gift me an M1 Carbine and a Makarov pistol, respectively, while I’m visiting there next week. They both have FOID cards (Firearm Owner Identification Card) issued by the USSI (United Socialist State of Illinois)....just kidding...issued by the State of Illinois. According to IL state law, and verbally confirmed with the Illinois State Police, gifted firearms between family members (to include Uncle-Nephew) do not require a background check thru an FFL, or FOID verification thru the Illinois State Police, as is required for normal, person to person transfers. The law states that the gift be documented and paperwork kept for 10 years. Here is my question: If I drive there, and they gift me these firearms, is it legal (Federally) to drive back to Georgia with them? Or, will they have to be transferred/shipped from an IL FFL to GA FFL? Is a gift considered a transfer? What if they drive to GA with said firearms and gifted them to me? Can someone point me in the right direction here? Thanks in advance.