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UZI in N.C

Discussion in 'Legal' started by tbolt2000, Sep 28, 2009.

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  1. tbolt2000

    tbolt2000 Member

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    Is a UZI concdered an rifle? If a family member gave (willed) you a UZI would I need to regester it in the N.C.? What do I need to do to sell it legelly in N.C.?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. THE DARK KNIGHT

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    depends, some are pistols, some are short barreled rifles. Some have a stock and a 16+" barrel and are just rifles. Some are full auto, some are semi. Did yours come with a stock? How long is the barrel? Semi or FA?
     
  3. Quiet

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    What THE DARK KNIGHT said.

    Really depends on what kind of Uzi it is.

    Title 1
    Pistol
    Rifle

    Title 2
    AOW
    MG
    SBR

    A Title 2 verison, requires BATFE approval before a transfer can legally take place.
     
  4. tbolt2000

    tbolt2000 Member

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    I Guess it you can say it comes with a stock. The stock is metal and it can be folded up. It has a long barrel and it is simi automatic. It is a Amercican Arms model b like the one pictured below.

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  5. Sam1911

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    That's just a rifle. Transfers just like a Remington 700 or Win 94. In N.C. you don't have to register it, and can transfer it face-to-face (not through a dealer).

    Enjoy!

    -Sam
     
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