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NFA gun Or silencer in MN

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Brad5192, Jun 29, 2010.

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  1. Brad5192

    Brad5192 Member

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    Can I own a NFA gun or a silencer in MN and what would i have to do?

    Thanks Brad
     
  2. Sam1911

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    I found the following with a quick Google search:

     
  3. Fat_46

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    For us mere mortals in MN, FA is C&R only as well.
     
  4. Brad5192

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    So what C&R can i have?
     
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    MN bans civilian silencer ownership as well as any gun equipped to use a silencer. How they define "equipped" I do not know. The MN gov website listing their laws is down now, so I can not post a link.

    Ranb
     
  6. Sam1911

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    Here's what the ATF says about it:

    Here are a few Ohio Ordinance has for sale: http://www.ohioordnanceworks.com/Firearms/NFA_FullAuto/Curio_RelicMachineGuns.cat
     
  7. springwalk

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    I was in MN a few months ago visiting family and I saw at the Cabelas, Scheels and GanderMountain some firearms capable of using silencers. Walther P22, H&K Tactical 45 and a couple other threaded barreled pistols ready for silencers. So the state better get on it and fine these stores. I'd love to move back to my home state but they say no to my cans. I dont think things will change either as most Minnesotans are Elmer Fudds who care only to hunt and not too concerned with rights. Most MN gun owners dont know MN is one of the few states along with CarlMarxifornia, Jersey, New York and Illinois that has no firearm protection rights listed in their state constitutions. Mention the word silencer to the typical midwesterner and they think you are an assassin or poacher of sort. They love their socialism from craddle to grave. I have to admit theres a foolish drunken comfort in letting big gubbermint take care of you growing up in MN. The question is.... can you resist and remain free?
     
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