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Posted: 4/12/2002 9:32:50 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/16/2003 11:30:41 PM EDT by Steve-in-VA]
Link Posted: 8/29/2002 5:04:03 PM EDT
Does anyone know what KS laws are for "just passing through" with a suppressor?

Does anyone know about the legality of shooting prairie dogs in SD with a suppressor?
Link Posted: 11/19/2002 7:33:30 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 11/25/2002 4:47:17 PM EDT by testosterone]
Connecticut clarification.

If you owned a select fire before the connecticut AWB in 93, you are OK.

Otherwise, now the only ones you can get are non-selectfire(full auto only) belt feeds, etc...

Edited to add.

I have been talking to CT firearms licensing unit at CT state police.

The ruling, based on the CT assault weapons ban, is that selective-fire is banned along with a list of specifically named semi-auto's.

If the weapon is modified to function full auto only before it is imported into CT(or possibly by an in state class 3) you MAY take posession.

looks like I'm gonna get my MAC afterall :)

16's are way to expensive, holy moly.
Link Posted: 1/5/2003 3:40:21 PM EDT
I was wondering if any body knows any thing about SBR's in Montana, as I am wanting to register my m4gery receiver as an SBR, any help appreciated, thanx
Link Posted: 4/18/2003 12:37:00 PM EDT
Why isn`t everyone talking about Bush supporting the reauthorization of the assault weapons ban?
Link Posted: 5/29/2003 9:56:24 PM EDT
I emailed Frist, Hastert, Bush, and my state senators today telling them to LET IT DIE IN '04! Everybody write now, and write back often!!! These punks ouw us one!

sd
Link Posted: 5/29/2003 11:23:37 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Maddog50:
Does anyone know what KS laws are for "just passing through" with a suppressor?

Does anyone know about the legality of shooting prairie dogs in SD with a suppressor?



Judging from the fact that KS doesn't accept other states CCW, I'd be seriously surprised if anything else considered "illegal" according to KS law would be ok if you had paperwork from another state.

I could be wrong, tho. Didn't see anything on the website about it, only CCW (or lack thereof).

Man, I hate Kansas.
Link Posted: 6/25/2003 2:31:58 AM EDT
Passing through KS is fine, keep it secured and out of reach.

South Dakota has no problem using machineguns or silencers on varmints like P-dogs or coyotes
Link Posted: 7/12/2003 12:16:58 AM EDT
Superdoc - don't e-mail. Write! No politician cares about e-mail. Only a constituent who sits down, writes a letter, stamps it, and mails it, is going to impress them (or more accurately, their correspondence lackeys) in the slightest.

Write!
Link Posted: 7/12/2003 12:30:00 AM EDT
All the info for Kentucky looks right, but I'm pretty sure DD's aren't legal. I could be wrong, it's happend once or twice before.
Link Posted: 8/19/2003 3:29:44 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Gigantor:
Superdoc - don't e-mail. Write! No politician cares about e-mail. Only a constituent who sits down, writes a letter, stamps it, and mails it, is going to impress them (or more accurately, their correspondence lackeys) in the slightest.

Write!



Excellent advice, and so true! The personal letter goes farther than any other communication....except for a financial contribution to the politician's campaign.
Link Posted: 11/15/2003 10:59:10 AM EDT
Hey guys! I'm new here, obviously, and I just wanted to start a discussion. After reading article after article, opinion after opinion, on the subject of gun bans, and notice that every proponent advocating a ban miss one point... has anyone, intending to enter a premises and kill someone, EVER, thought "damn this gun is banned from (school, courthouse, etc.), guess I can't kill anyone here..."
Same goes for the banning of a type of weapon. It really bugs the hell out of me, because the person intending to kill, maim, or rob someplace is not going to care about any gun restriction, period. Of all those mass killings, Luby's, schools, etc., someone please tell me how these bans would have prevented that. Correct me if i'm wrong, but carrying a weapon in those places was illegal at that time. Just a thought.
Link Posted: 3/27/2004 7:23:22 PM EDT
You must understand laws are to keep the honest man honest. They are not for the criminal.
Link Posted: 9/15/2004 7:47:27 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Maddog50:
Does anyone know what KS laws are for "just passing through" with a suppressor?

Does anyone know about the legality of shooting prairie dogs in SD with a suppressor?



Dunno about the Kansas thing, but in SD nobody is going to bother you when shooting prairie dogs unless you shoot at one of those popular spots on the pine ridge reservation. I shoot up north of Philip, about 45 min east of Badlands Natl Park. Hopefully Ill get a chance to drive up this coming summer and try out a couple new rifles.
Link Posted: 9/30/2004 2:25:50 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/24/2016 5:49:45 PM EDT by COLT]
THIS LIST IS FROM 2004 SOME STATES HAVE CHANGED


MG - machine gun
SI - sound suppressor (silencer)
SR - short barreled rifle
SG - short shotgun
AOW - any other weapon
LBDD - large bore destructive device
EXPDD - explosive, incendiary or poison gas destructive device


MG SI SR SG AOW LBDD EXPDD

AK Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
AL Y Y Y Y Y Y ?
AR Y Y Y Y Y Y ?
AZ Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
CA Y N Y Y Y Y Y (requires discretionary and rarely issued permit for mg, lbdd or from state Dept. of
Justice; no AOW pen guns; C&R sg, sr only)
CO Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (requires state explosives permit for expdd)
CT Y Y Y Y Y Y ? (no select fire mg's-full auto's only, after 1993 assault weapon ban, state registration of
mg's)
DE N N Y N Y Y N (no smooth bore pistol AOW's)
FL Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
GA Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (no incendiary expdd's)
HI N N N N N N N
IA N Y Y Y Y Y Y (only si, sr, sg, lbdd and expdd designated as collector's items by the Comm'r of Public
Safety - they use the ATF C&R list)
ID Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
IL N N N N Y ? N
IN Y Y Y N Y Y N
KS Y Y Y N Y Y N
KY Y Y Y Y Y Y ?
LA Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (mg's require a permit to purchase - war relics only; mg's, sr, si, sg and some expdd's
require a permit to purchase)
MA Y N Y N N Y N (license for mg's required; 1998 law bans covert firearms (AOW's), short shotguns)
MD Y Y Y Y Y Y N (mg's must be registered)
ME Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
MI Y N Y Y Y Y Y (FFL needed to own machine guns; no incendiary expdd; C&R sr, sg only)
MN Y N Y Y Y Y ? (C&R mg, sg only, registration required)
MO Y N Y Y Y N N (C&R mg, sr, sg only to non-FFL holders; FFL holders (including C&R) any mg, sr, sg)
MS Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (as of 7/1/00, silencers are legal, but must be registered with the state)
MT Y Y Y Y Y N N (state law banning silencers and requiring pistol cal. mg's over .30 be registered with state
repealed 4/23/99)
NE Y Y Y Y Y Y N
NC Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (sheriff's permit required for mg's; must be FFL holder (including C&R) for mg, si, sr, sg
lbdd and expdd, or fall into another exception, see comments below)
ND Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (fed. "licensees" required to register all NFA weapons with state when possessed for "protection or sale")

NH Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
NJ Y N N N Y N N (mg requires discretionary and rarely issued permit from state court)
NM Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
NV Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
NY N N N N Y Y N (AOW smooth bore handguns are allowed, on a state pistol license)
OH Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
OK Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
OR Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (no incendiary expdd's)
PA Y Y Y Y Y Y N
RI N N N N Y Y ?
SC Y Y Y Y Y Y ? In 2001, S.C. law was changed to permit all Federally registered items
SD Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
TN Y Y Y Y Y Y ?
TX Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
UT Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
VA Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (state registration of all mg's)
VT Y N Y Y Y Y Y
WA N Y N N Y Y N Machine guns have been illegal to import or transfer in Washington State since 1994 and then only those that were manufactured and registered with the NFA before the 1986 ban were permitted. Those who owned them prior to the 1994 Washington ban could keep them.
WI Y Y Y Y Y Y Y (permit required for expdd, no incendiary expdd's; no pistol caliber mg's w/o permit)
WV Y Y Y Y Y Y ?
WY Y Y Y Y Y Y ?
Link Posted: 8/4/2005 4:04:25 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/4/2005 5:04:58 AM EDT by 3ACR_Scout]
Hey guys,

I'm curious about SBRs in states that have enacted their own AWBs now that the national one has expired. Using Maryland as an example, can you bring in an SBR that was built using a no-ban rifle purchased after the national AWB sunset? Does that fact that you registered it as an SBR negate the fact that it has no-ban features? I'm guessing it would still have to be a pre-pan or post-ban weapon, otherwise that would be a loophole to get around the state AWB.

Thanks,

Dave
Link Posted: 4/25/2006 4:15:23 PM EDT
I have a question, A buddy of mine is in college in North Dakota and hes now a resident there etc, and he bought a p22 with a suppressor. Now its legal to won there, but not here in MN. If he were to bring it here to MN (I own some farmland, thats where we would be shooting it), would that be legal, or does a states ban on suppressors affect non residents.
Link Posted: 6/16/2006 1:44:52 PM EDT
How will belonging to the "9th circut" affect ownership/possesion rights? What is the significance? AZ, CA,NV,ID ect all fall under this circut and all have an astrick (*) by them, why the denotation?

Pardon my ignorance
"G"
Link Posted: 1/25/2007 9:54:28 PM EDT

Originally Posted By COLT:

WA N Y N N Y Y N (silencer may not be used on a gun)



Link Posted: 9/5/2007 8:22:02 AM EDT
Clarification...

MO Y N Y Y Y N N (C&R mg, sr, sg only to non-FFL holders; FFL holders (including C&R) any mg, sr, sg)


For Missouri, if I translate the above correctly, only C&R MGs, SBRs, SGs and AOWs are allowed for the "general" population to own. Yet, if you spend the $30.00 for a C&R license, then you can own any MG, SBR, SG or AOW.

Is this correct? I guess I need to get my C&R before applying for the SBR.

Gary
Link Posted: 9/22/2007 12:07:00 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By DerMann:
Clarification...

MO Y N Y Y Y N N (C&R mg, sr, sg only to non-FFL holders; FFL holders (including C&R) any mg, sr, sg)


For Missouri, if I translate the above correctly, only C&R MGs, SBRs, SGs and AOWs are allowed for the "general" population to own. Yet, if you spend the $30.00 for a C&R license, then you can own any MG, SBR, SG or AOW.

Is this correct? I guess I need to get my C&R before applying for the SBR.

Gary


Thats the way i read it as well, MO has a long way to go. it s just great havebe safe and happy shootin!
Tom
Link Posted: 1/27/2008 11:14:45 PM EDT

Originally Posted By madmooses:
I was wondering if any body knows any thing about SBR's in Montana, as I am wanting to register my m4gery receiver as an SBR, any help appreciated, thanx


you need to get finger printed, a background check, have the sheriff to sign off on it and pay the tax.
Link Posted: 5/16/2008 10:24:52 PM EDT
There is no state registration of MG's in Arkansas. It was done away with in years past.

Link Posted: 7/21/2008 5:31:47 PM EDT
CCW is now a Y in KS
Link Posted: 11/29/2009 3:09:20 AM EDT
I need a listing that shows what I can send to what state, FA parts, Magazines and such... Please help.
Link Posted: 1/29/2010 10:22:42 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/1/2010 6:08:43 PM EDT by soupshooter]
Originally Posted By DerMann:
Clarification...

MO Y N Y Y Y N N (C&R mg, sr, sg only to non-FFL holders; FFL holders (including C&R) any mg, sr, sg)


For Missouri, if I translate the above correctly, only C&R MGs, SBRs, SGs and AOWs are allowed for the "general" population to own. Yet, if you spend the $30.00 for a C&R license, then you can own any MG, SBR, SG or AOW.

Is this correct? I guess I need to get my C&R before applying for the SBR.

Gary


Also isn't a FFL holder (C&R or Other) allowed to own a suppressor? These charts look like they are in serious need of updating.
Link Posted: 2/13/2013 6:34:42 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/13/2013 10:18:47 PM EDT by BushBoar]
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Link Posted: 2/13/2013 10:25:07 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/25/2014 11:03:31 PM EDT
This thread is beyond dead, but let's see.

Anyone have or know where I can get an NFA gun trust blank for Louisiana?

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