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Posted: 12/17/2016 9:23:28 AM EST
[Last Edit: 12/17/2016 9:26:29 AM EST by espantoonMP]
Hi all, I'm selling a Glock 23 and I've got a potential buyer in NY.
1) I'm assuming the G23 is legal for purchase in NY
2) I'm assuming, just like any other across state sale, it'll be sent to his FFL w/O any additional steps required by NY
3) I'm assuming the standard capacity (13rnd) mags aren't legal for me to send. Is there a LEO exemption?

Can you guys help me out?
Link Posted: 12/17/2016 10:45:21 AM EST
Originally Posted By espantoonMP:
Hi all, I'm selling a Glock 23 and I've got a potential buyer in NY.
1) I'm assuming the G23 is legal for purchase in NY
2) I'm assuming, just like any other across state sale, it'll be sent to his FFL w/O any additional steps required by NY
3) I'm assuming the standard capacity (13rnd) mags aren't legal for me to send. Is there a LEO exemption?

Can you guys help me out?
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No threaded barrels.
ship it FFL to FFL and the receiving FFL does NICS check.
Standard Capacity mags are not allowed in this shithole. LEO's can own standard capacity mags but peons can only own 10 round!
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 11:11:41 AM EST
Originally Posted By espantoonMP:
Hi all, I'm selling a Glock 23 and I've got a potential buyer in NY.
1) I'm assuming the G23 is legal for purchase in NY
2) I'm assuming, just like any other across state sale, it'll be sent to his FFL w/O any additional steps required by NY
3) I'm assuming the standard capacity (13rnd) mags aren't legal for me to send. Is there a LEO exemption?

Can you guys help me out?
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The gun is legal but the mags are not unless LEO. That being said however, it is legal for you to send it to a NY FFL as is. It is then their responsibility to make sure it is legal before transferring it to the buyer.
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 8:46:32 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/19/2016 8:47:05 PM EST by cas]


Yep... the correct answer is, all that is 100% legal to transfer to a NY FFL.


What he does with it is not your concern. (The buyer and the dealer may already have a plan for dealing with compliancy issues once it gets here. (like selling the mags out of state))
Link Posted: 12/20/2016 6:25:08 AM EST
Many NYS dealers are going to prefer that a handgun go FFL to FFL. If you find one that doesn't and will accept your ID for their books, the rest of it's been covered above
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