Me and my Dad did some gun trading today and when it was finally over he ended up with a well worn 1947 Smith & Wesson M&P and a safe queen Model 36 (square butt) and I ended up with a Budischowsky TP-70 (.22lr) and cash. Since we both reside in the same state no paperwork or waiting periods (we don't have a waiting period anyway) are required. I love this state!
The Budischowsky is a cute little mouse gun and a good shooter when it wants to. I originally bought it last year (see photo) and traded it off (for I don't know what) last summer. The main problem with this tiny gun is the ammo selection. It's very finicky about what it will consume. I know from owning it last time that it's best with Winchester or Federal but absolutely hates Remington Thunderbolt. When I shoot it again I will probably take a box of every type I own and see what it likes.