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NFA and the many states.

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by lilguy, Apr 14, 2013.

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  1. lilguy

    lilguy Member

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    How have the new state laws impacted NFA items.? They are working overtime in Illinois to ban semi auto, high cap everything. I don't want to go to the trouble of building a SBR or two and loose them in a gun ban.
     
  2. mo_dingo

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    I don't think any of the states are messing with NFA items, they are trying to ban new firearms. They are too stupid to know the difference anyway.

    AZ just passed a law stating that all firearms turned in at gun buybacks must be auctioned to the public (I should say, firearms that are legal to own). Nice!
     
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    NC removed the sheriff sign off on the forms.
     
  4. CharlieDeltaJuliet

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    I wasn't aware of the change in NC.
     
  5. wally

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    The chief LEO sign off is currently a federal requirement, there is talk it will be removed to then hassle the Trust folks with fingerprint and photo requirements.

    But as far as I know its not actually happened yet.

    So unless NC had an extra requirement of their own, nothing they can do about the federal rules. Although a state law to force their chief LEOs to sign unless good reason not to is produced, would be a big positive!
     
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