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  1. #71
    LOL no he did not put a reason for the class B Because he did not want the Class B to start with. He applied for a class A. But it being MASS they said he was To young and would not even let him apply for the class A and told him to try again in a few years. They where going to give him FID card but he already has one so they met in the middle and gave him a Class B Restricted. It's better then nothing but not really as you cant buy half the guns you would like to buy.

    THEY MAY TAKE OUR LIVES BUT THEY'LL NEVER TAKE OUR FREEDOM!!!!!

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  3. #72
    yeah they told me that I was not qualified for a class a simply because of my age. Other than that i met every other qualification. They took my reason for a class a and just gave me a b.
    "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"

  4. #73
    does anyone know how long it should take for me to get this permit here in Mass? Just curious. It has been over 4 weeks and I am only curious about how long it should take. Thanks guys!
    "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"

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    Quote Originally Posted by capo2186 View Post
    does anyone know how long it should take for me to get this permit here in Mass? Just curious. It has been over 4 weeks and I am only curious about how long it should take. Thanks guys!
    Screw that. When you receive your license, give it back and tell them where to put it while you move up north to either Vermont or New Hampshire.

  6. #75
    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Screw that. When you receive your license, give it back and tell them where to put it while you move up north to either Vermont or New Hampshire.
    haha you know... that really isn't a bad idea.


    I am hoping the damn thing comes today.
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  7. #76

    Question

    Quote Originally Posted by capo2186 View Post
    You know what else is funny, they restricted my class B haha. Oh Assachusetts!

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    Jeeeezz

    What did they restrict your class B to ?

    Butter knife only?

  8. #77
    I think they restricted it to hunting and target? I am not sure because I have not received it yet, I just remember him telling me it would be restricted. WOW!

    Any ideas on how long this whole thing should take?
    "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"

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    Yet another place that needs to be taken to court over its gun laws. Who are they to tell you that you can't own whatever you want because they feel you're not ready?

  10. Class B stinks...read up....

    M.G.L. - Chapter 140, Section 131

    "...a Class B license shall not entitle the holder thereof to carry or possess a loaded firearm in a concealed manner in any public way or place..."

    it's useless unless you're just interested in transporting to and from the gun club in your trunk with the restrictions they may be putting on it...

    :suicide: It also states...

    ...The licensing authority shall, within 40 days from the date of application, either approve the application and issue the license or deny the application and notify the applicant of the reason for such denial in writing; provided, however, that no such license shall be issued unless the colonel has certified, in writing, that the information available to him does not indicate that the possession of a firearm or large capacity firearm by the applicant would be in violation of state or federal law.
    Last edited by steve; 09-16-2008 at 08:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    Yet another place that needs to be taken to court over its gun laws. Who are they to tell you that you can't own whatever you want because they feel you're not ready?
    I agree 110%. Unfortunately, that is the law here and they have all the say they want. After doing some research on this issue, I have found that a police chief in Massachusetts has the right to deny anyone if he feels they are "unfit" for a firearm. People have been denied all over the state for dumb reasons. Unfortunately, the LEO would NOT even submit my application for a Class A LTC. This was done by his Chiefs orders (or so he says). I was told "I have been told not to submit this application for it will be immediately denied by the chief because of your age". I asked the LEO why I qualify for a B but not an A seeing as how the qualifications for both are IDENTICAL. His only response was "AGE" and that I do not have enough life experiences to carry a firearm or own a handgun of high capacity. I did ask him "what makes a firearm with 10 rounds any less lethal than one with 15? He had no response and shortly after this I decided to give up because I did not want to irritate him more and end up with nothing. I wish he had submitted my application for a Class A LTC, because if I was denied, I would have fought it in court.

    I was told to re-apply around the age of 25, and at that time I "should get it". Before I do that I will be consulting a firearm attorney because I am not taking any chances. Hopefully by that time I will be living in a State where I can exercise my rights freely, like NH.

    It is so ridiculous the hoops you have to jump through in Massachusetts to be able to exercise a right given to us by our fore fathers.
    "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum"

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