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Should I go back and buy it?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ra407, Jan 26, 2008.

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  1. ra407

    ra407 New Member

    I live in Mass. and went to a gun show in Mass. today and a dealer had a Smith and Wesson M&P 45 caliber for sale. I asked him where he got it because I haven't seen any out anywhere in Mass. yet. He didn't realize that they weren't out yet in Mass. , he told me he was from Conn. He wants $589.00 for it and told me he had someone to do the transfer. I want one when they come out in Mass. and I could get it alot cheaper with the rebate and the two free mags, but the Conn. one has only a 6.5 pound trigger pull. Should I go back and get it or should I just wait and get the Mass. version with the heavy trigger?
  2. kd7nqb

    kd7nqb New Member

    Is Mass like california with an approved list? Basically I am asking is the gun legal in Mass. If so get it.
  3. ra407

    ra407 New Member

    I don't think it is legal in Mass. because of the trigger pull. But after you own it you can do what you want with it anyway.
  4. RobertFBurnett

    RobertFBurnett New Member

    Don't know about Mass, but CA DOJ has a searchable database (http://certguns.doj.ca.gov/) to find out if it is legal or not, might help you out? This is also where I found out the Sig Elites are not on the list, but "regular" Sigs are.
  5. ra407

    ra407 New Member

    Legal or not, should I buy it, what could happen if it is not legal?
  6. tydephan

    tydephan New Member

    If it is illegal, then you should not do it.

    THR does not condone discussion of illegal activities, FYI
  7. XavierBreath

    XavierBreath New Member

    If you are wondering why this thread is closed, let me explain. Asking if something is illegal is OK. Even being incorrect about legality is OK depending on intent.

    This is not OK.
    To me, it appears as though the intent is "screw the law, it's my property, I'll do what I want with it."
    Whether the transaction is legal ceases to be an issue.
    The issue becomes flagrant disregard for the law.
    Thus, this one is closed.
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