First I've ever heard of that. The real purpose of registering with HK is for warranty purposes. You aren't required to and the warranty still applies if you don't. It's just slightly easier if you have to send something in for warranty work if they already have the purchase information than having to send it.
Why would you believe HK would notify your state, or anyone else for that matter, that you registered a new purchase for warranty?
The free state of Florida in all its glory frowns upon registration.
I was merely asking if I should do the warranty registration via the HK webpage for my purchase.
I'm not saying register with local Leo's and city. Just if I should register with HK warranty via their webpage?
that is all
On a different; doesn't the form we fill out when making a purchase of a new firearm get registered automatically? Just curious.
Are you sure you've ever bought a gun before, because this is a strange question for anyone with even a minimal familiarity with buying a gun.