The Form 4473 is the official documentation required by the federal government to complete a transfer of a firearm to an individual, trust, or corporation. The FFL provides this form at time-of-purchase. This document is given the same status as a tax return and cannot be disclosed in accordance with the Privacy Act of 1974. States and local governments may have additional requirements that are ultimately a purchaser’s responsibility. For example, in Illinois an additional Firearm Owner Identification (FOID) card is required to purchase firearms. In Nebraska, home of Highby Outdoors, there are no additional restrictions for the purchase of shotguns and rifles, but prospective handgun purchasers must first apply and receive a Firearm Purchase Permit to purchase handguns. On the other hand, states such as Texas apply no additional hurdles to purchase firearms, and in fact Texas can expedite firearms purchases for individuals who have a Texas License to Carry a Handgun (LTC) because they technically have a standing background check as a requirement for the license.