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Export license for >$100 of gun parts?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Nathaniel Firethorn, Dec 1, 2004.

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  1. Nathaniel Firethorn

    Nathaniel Firethorn Member

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    I was buying some doodads from Brownell's this afternoon when I noticed a little "Gun Part" link next to some mags in my shopping cart. Clicking on the link, I got the following:
    Where did all those rules come from? I have no intention of going into the mag-exporting business!

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  2. Wildalaska

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    Those rules have been in place for a while..

    Our policy is we ship NOTHING outside the US without using an exporter...I wont even sell on ebay to a foreign country including Canada

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  3. SLCDave

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    Time to call Art Vandelay... ;)
     
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    I don't think it's the case any more, but back in the 1980s - 90s, high-level encryption was regulated as a weapon. I remember reading a newsgroup post once about a guy who needed to take a secure phone to Europe to demo at a trade show. He decided, just for the hell of it, to comply with the existing regulations.

    He filled out the forms for exporting a weapon, and then had to explain to all of the police/security/customs officers involved that yes, in fact, this telephone was legally a weapon that needed to go through all the rigmarole. It took him, as I recall, two or three hours to clear outbound customs/security for the flight (not counting the usual airline checking process).
     
  5. Nathaniel Firethorn

    Nathaniel Firethorn Member

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    Wildalaska, last time I checked, PRNJ was still being allowed to send Congressmafiosi to the United States House and Senate, and I don't need a passport to cross the river to Free Pennsylvania. So we haven't, technically, been kicked out of the USA, yet. :rolleyes:

    So the question is, why in the name of John Moses Browning do I need an export license when I don't intend to export anything?

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  6. Chipperman

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    The note was prolly attached to the items automatically. It has nothing to do with you specifically. Since you are in the US, it is moot.
     
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