In a word, yes.
If you were going to give your son a bass boat trailer that your dad used to own before he had the title transferred to you (otherwise you couldn't take it on the highway), you have to have the title transferred to your son. Don't you. Why do you think it should be any different for a firearm?
Of course both of you have to undergo a background check before the weapon can be bestowed upon the young lad, so society in general can be assured that neither of you have committed any previous crimes involving firearms nor is either of you under a restraining order or some other condition that might prevent you from being allowed to own such a weapon.
I could name you ten guys from Tulsa who had kids who shouldn't be in the county as any gun. All of them had spent time in juvi for everything from setting fires to crashing rocks through school windows. You want to give those idiots a gun?
Right now, even at 17, you can give that kid a gun if it's for "education, hunting or sport." So, presently, and in Oklahoma it's not likely to change, even if you yourself are under a restraining order, even if the brat stole two trucks and a car a year ago and is on probation, you can give him a gun if you don't believe he'll be a danger to society.
Joe(is that nuts? Yes. That's nuts)Nation