Alright, so, here's the situation: Friend of mine in Indiana had the crap beat out of her by her ex-boyfriend/baby-daddy and his sister-in-law. She and the kids are okay, but not feeling secure at all. I as well as others have advised her to file a police report and get a restraining order, but as we all know, a piece of paper will not stop a fist. So I am sending her my C9 as a precaution under the condition she take a firearms safety course and the transfer be done at her LGS. Now, the legalities. This is where I get murky. As you all know, I am not in possession of my firearms. My parents are, as well as my brother. The transfer sheet, which I wrote myself and had them all sign, has his name on it as well as theirs, and he is over the age of 21 and (as far as I am aware) legally able to possess firearms and ammunition. I am of course not doing this lightly nor am I going to do anything illegal. My question simply is this; can my brother send it to her LGS. Since I have only ever received firearms, not sent them, I am unfamiliar with the whole process. Is it simply a matter of my brother receiving her LGS' FFL, going to UPS, sending it, and then her picking it up, or is there more involved? She just had a baby and has a young daughter. This guy was pretty amicable until recently, but after this, well, I don't want her without protection simply because she can't afford it. Obviously, I am not sending it to her to use it. I just want to make sure that if the worst is at her door, she has a way to keep it at bay.