If you walk across the state line and buy it in that state the sale is within that state. It's generally the "where the product is shipped to" which in the case of in-person is within that state. So you're right, there isn't a difference.
The commerce clause has always allowed Congress to regulate interstate commerce and this most certainly is interstate.
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