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Discussion in 'Legal' started by Kingofthehill, Dec 28, 2012.

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  1. Kingofthehill

    Kingofthehill Member

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    Sorry it was confusing but i got it answered via PM.

    Thanks THR :)
     
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  2. joeschmoe

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    She wishes.

    No problems. Your dad can just hand it to you when you get back to Texas.
     
  3. Kingofthehill

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    Sorry for the confusion
     
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  4. 1911 guy

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    Two things.

    First and most importantly, there will be no Jan 3 cutoff. Congress can't evacuate for a fire drill that fast. There may be a cutoff sometime in the future if this monstrosity of a bill even sees the light of day, but it won't be Jan 3.

    Secondly, I'm a bit confused by your two posts about who is exactly where. They seem to indicate exactly the opposite locations for you and your father. Maybe just state who is a legal and permenant resident of which state. Temporary housing for a medical treatment doesn't matter. Legal residency does.
     
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    If the Feinstein bill passes (perish the thought), the effective date will be the day Obama signs it. There should be plenty of warning time.
     
  6. Kingofthehill

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    Sorry for the confusion. Don't want to spread misinformation so i removed it. Question answered via PM.

    Thanks THR
     
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  7. clocker

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    Here's my understanding... If the lower is stripped then it has a possibility of being a pistol. That's a no-no if the seller and purchaser are from different states. If the lower has a stock, then it is treated the same as a rifle and unless there is a state restriction, it can be purchased by an out of state buyer by going to a local FFL. (corrected per http://www.atf.gov/firearms/faq/unlicensed-persons.html#out-of-state-firearm )

    Although any AWB will not go into effect by Jan 3, if you ship the lower back to TX, something could happen in the next 3 months while you are in CA. I'd be hesitant to take that risk. If in doubt, your dad could probably attach a stock to the lower to resolve this.
     
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  8. smalls

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    You're misunderstood.

    A person may buy a rifle out of state, but it MUST go through an FFL, either in the purchaser's state or the sellers, unless there are further state restrictions.
     
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