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    Lord of War MichaelZWilliamson's Avatar
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    Indiana accepts your permit. I don't believe you accept ours.

    We'll take one from anywhere.
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    Do you know if Ohio accepts ours? I've paid for the CCW class just have to take it and Ohio is the one place I would want to be able to carry in.

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    http://www.handgunlaw.us/ Ohio does take yours, but won't take ours. Whereas GA takes ours but won't take yours. I can't figure out their logic.
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    Ohio now accepts all permits.
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    What are the laws for buying a Ar15 striped lower receiver online in US.

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    Federal law is you must be 21 since a receiver can be rifle or handgun. It must be shipped to a Federal Firearm Licensee dealer, who then transfers it to the buyer, typically for about $20 to do the paperwork and call for approval.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelZWilliamson View Post
    Federal law is you must be 21 since a receiver can be rifle or handgun. It must be shipped to a Federal Firearm Licensee dealer, who then transfers it to the buyer, typically for about $20 to do the paperwork and call for approval.
    What about a 80% reciver,will it be directly delivered with out the need of paper work?

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    Yes. 80% is a marketing term. If the trigger well is not cut, ATF considers it "not a firearm."
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelZWilliamson View Post
    Yes. 80% is a marketing term. If the trigger well is not cut, ATF considers it "not a firearm."
    Thanks for the info Michael.

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    Black powder weapons are not firearms under federal law (though some states do, even though it's really hard to argue THAT against the 2nd Amendment since those weapons were...blackpowder).

    Pinfire are not firearms.

    Anything made before 1899, even if it fires a cartridge is an "antique firearm not subject to the Gun Control Act" and may be shipped through the mail directly.

    Kits that do not have a functional receiver are not firearms. This includes AK receiver flats that need folded, AR forgings with no trigger well cuts or markings, and pistol frames with no rails cut, and no action holes.
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    What. is a pin fire?
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    Primer is internal, struck by a hammer on a protruding pin. Considered to not be a fixed cartridge. Also bloody unsafe to anyone once rimfire and centerfire came along. It persisted for a while in Belgium, though. I have a 7mm and a 12mm revolver.
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    Glock kit with tools to complete it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelZWilliamson View Post


    Glock kit with tools to complete it.
    You people are so lucky.i wish it was possible to get stuff from US online.

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    At this point, it's pretty much illegal for us to export anything gun related except through specific licensees. Then there's stuff readily available in Canada, illegal to import here. There's historical weapons that should be considered collectible "Curios and Relics" that we legally can't get, despite them being 80 years old (Soviet SVT rifles are an example).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelZWilliamson View Post
    At this point, it's pretty much illegal for us to export anything gun related except through specific licensees. Then there's stuff readily available in Canada, illegal to import here. There's historical weapons that should be considered collectible "Curios and Relics" that we legally can't get, despite them being 80 years old (Soviet SVT rifles are an example).
    That's why one has to pay six times the price for these items when they cross the border through different channels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    You people are so lucky.i wish it was possible to get stuff from US online.
    dear they cannot have cheap full autos like we can. so there are pro's and con's for each location.
    Keep Calm & Carry One

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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    That's why one has to pay six times the price for these items when they cross the border through different channels.
    dear if you are talking about glocks, they are not smuggled. they come through proper channel and individuals import them on permits.
    Keep Calm & Carry One

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    Quote Originally Posted by pakistanitoup View Post
    dear they cannot have cheap full autos like we can. so there are pro's and con's for each location.
    I would love to have semi automatic's if available in good quality and decent price.here we pay 2000 to 2500 for a Chinese cq rifle and there you can get a colt for 1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    I would love to have semi automatic's if available in good quality and decent price.here we pay 2000 to 2500 for a Chinese cq rifle and there you can get a colt for 1000.
    here we can buy m16A4 burst mode and military M9 beretta, on the other hand they dont give them to the public. CQA was for 100k in 2013. later imports stopped and things got messedup.
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