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    Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    Reply will be coming to you in a PM. And I am in no way breaking the law. There just are exemptions in the laws. And most people do not know it.
    If the exemptions might possibly apply to "most people," why not post 'em up so we can all benefit from knowing more about the law?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    If the exemptions might possibly apply to "most people," why not post 'em up so we can all benefit from knowing more about the law?
    Due to political considerations at this time. I'll gladly send you the info by PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    Due to political considerations at this time. I'll gladly send you the info by PM.
    Sure, thanks.
    No one has ever heard me say that I "hate" cops, because I don't. This is why I will never trust one again though: You just never know...

  5. Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    Reply will be coming to you in a PM. And I am in no way breaking the law. There just are exemptions in the laws. And most people do not know it.
    I can't get the pm thing to work. I concede your very limited exception, at least the first 1 and only say that it isn't anything an average citizen can utilize and the number and models of firearms available in this fashion would be limited. The other exception is mute due to the agency involvement requirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CustomSatellite View Post
    I can't get the pm thing to work. I concede your very limited exception, at least the first 1 and only say that it isn't anything an average citizen can utilize and the number and models of firearms available in this fashion would be limited. The other exception is mute due to the agency involvement requirement.
    I got your messages. And yes, the PM function is acting flaky today for some reason. Number of people, about 30K presently. And I am an ordinary citizen.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    I got your messages. And yes, the PM function is acting flaky today for some reason. Number of people, about 30K presently. And I am an ordinary citizen.
    I presume you meet the member requirement which would put you in another category not covered by most people.

  8. it kinda depends on the firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CustomSatellite View Post
    I presume you meet the member requirement which would put you in another category not covered by most people.
    Most just don't try. It isn't hard to do as the gov't actually wanted people to qualify. US citizen, proof of citizenship can be either by BC or Passport or military ID if an officer. Proof of firearms training could include a CCW permit/license or DD 214. Member of a group they recognize DAV, VFW, AL, or any other groups. Affidavit showing home address. I would guess for about $30 a year 85% of those here would be able to meet the requirements.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    Most just don't try. It isn't hard to do as the gov't actually wanted people to qualify. US citizen, proof of citizenship can be either by BC or Passport or military ID if an officer. Proof of firearms training could include a CCW permit/license or DD 214. Member of a group they recognize DAV, VFW, AL, or any other groups. Affidavit showing home address. I would guess for about $30 a year 85% of those here would be able to meet the requirements.
    Do you have a list of available firearms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CustomSatellite View Post
    Do you have a list of available firearms?
    PM inbound. I have a rebuilt WW II Rock-Ola M1 Carbine coming once I get back home.
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