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Posted 15 August 2013 - 12:19 PM

I'm not sure if you guys have come across this, but CA and MA both have approved firearms lists.

 

I've heard of folks in CA getting one-off permissions to bring firearms into the state that are not on the list if they are willing to go through the paperwork.  I don't mean auto rifles, but more like special editions of guns already on the list.

 

This is just what I "heard" - does anyone have more tangible experience?  Thoughts?

 

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Posted 15 August 2013 - 01:25 PM

I'm not sure if you guys have come across this, but CA and MA both have approved firearms lists.

 

I've heard of folks in CA getting one-off permissions to bring firearms into the state that are not on the list if they are willing to go through the paperwork.  I don't mean auto rifles, but more like special editions of guns already on the list.

 

This is just what I "heard" - does anyone have more tangible experience?  Thoughts?

 

<<please don't turn this into a anti-gov't thread...I'm curious to hear about experience/thoughts for people working with their state/local government>>

What if I can't help it? Just kidding!

 

I think the last time I did anything in MASS is when I had a non-resident concealed carry permit which they eventually stopped issuing way back in the day.


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Posted 19 August 2013 - 12:17 AM

In CA the way to get an off-list handgun the easiest way is to go to a friendly gun store and have them do a single shot conversion. Basically they block the gun from being able to accept a magazine so you have to load 1 round at a time.

 

Once purchased, you can of course do whatever you want within normal limits...


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Posted 20 August 2013 - 06:14 PM

I need to do a bit more research into MA b/c their handgun list is VERY short.  They don't have many of the most common handguns and when it comes to special editions or low production manufacturers, they are simply not on there.







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