Gatling Kit - (only prohibited in CA, IA, MN, DC, & MA)

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Gatling Kit - (only prohibited in CA, IA, MN, DC, & MA)

#1 Post by AJMD429 » Wed Dec 07, 2011 10:37 pm

This would be a cool thing to put on your Christmas-list...! 8)
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Now, I wonder if you could modify it to work with a couple Mini-14's, and use those 90-round magazines they make... :twisted: :twisted:
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#2 Post by Nate Kiowa Jones » Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:15 am

I once saw a quad version using 4 SKS's, two up to down SXS.
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#3 Post by rbertalotto » Thu Dec 08, 2011 6:41 am

I don't believe they are illigal in MA. It's just that Sportsman's Guide will not ship anything even remotely controversial to MA. They won't even ship knives to MA.
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#4 Post by AJMD429 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:11 am

rbertalotto wrote:I don't believe they are illigal in MA. It's just that Sportsman's Guide will not ship anything even remotely controversial to MA. They won't even ship knives to MA.
Yeah, I was just sort of kidding, building on my earlier post about the .22 LR 'Puma' 1911 that BudsGunShop.com said was 'not legal' in a bunch of states.

It is annoying how some companies just won't ship to some places where the product in question is actually perfectly legal, but I can understand from a business standpoint why they don't want to hassle with vague and conflicting laws that are often enforced over-zealously. :|
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#5 Post by Pitchy » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:37 am

Sportsmanguide is based in MN so you`d think they could sell them here.
Though MN does have some weird laws, was in TX a couple years ago and they couldn`t sell me any kind of gun because i was from MN. :roll:
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#6 Post by olyinaz » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:42 am

Pitchy wrote:Sportsmanguide is based in MN so you`d think they could sell them here.
Though MN does have some weird laws, was in TX a couple years ago and they couldn`t sell me any kind of gun because i was from MN. :roll:
Sadly, you can thank the folks in Minneapolis/St. Paul for that (and more to come) buffoonery.

At any rate, I think I must have one of these!! It'll be great for taking the boys out and having fun. Get some .22LR tracers. :D

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#7 Post by awp101 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:51 am

Pitchy wrote:Though MN does have some weird laws, was in TX a couple years ago and they couldn`t sell me any kind of gun because i was from MN. :roll:
It used to be you could only sell handguns to a state resident and long guns to a state resident or resident of a contiguous state. I do not recall if that was a state or Fed regulation. I believe that has changed within the past year or two to allow long gun sales to any US citizen that is able to own one. Now if someone buys a rifle not legal in their own state while out of state, I don't know whose feet get held to the fire.

It also appears the age for buying a handgun have been lowered at the Federal level to 18. The Boy wanted to buy a pistol at 20 and I said he couldn't. The store said he could as the rules had recently changed. I didn't call bull right then, but I did come home and search the ATF regs. I found references to not being able to possess a handgun under 18 without "adult" supervision but nothing about someone under 21 not being able to purchase one.

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#8 Post by AJMD429 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:24 pm

olyinaz wrote:At any rate, I think I must have one of these!! It'll be great for taking the boys out and having fun. Get some .22LR tracers.
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#9 Post by J Miller » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:00 pm

I think one of those could get expensive to shoot right quick. I know it would actually. But the fun factor would be enormous.

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#10 Post by Modoc ED » Fri Dec 09, 2011 1:41 am

AJMD429 wrote:
rbertalotto wrote:I don't believe they are illigal in MA. It's just that Sportsman's Guide will not ship anything even remotely controversial to MA. They won't even ship knives to MA.
Yeah, I was just sort of kidding, building on my earlier post about the .22 LR 'Puma' 1911 that BudsGunShop.com said was 'not legal' in a bunch of states.

It is annoying how some companies just won't ship to some places where the product in question is actually perfectly legal, but I can understand from a business standpoint why they don't want to hassle with vague and conflicting laws that are often enforced over-zealously. :|
They are not illegal/prohibited in CA. However, some retailers won't ship them to CA as "rbertalotto" said about MA.

You said to "rbertalotto" that you were just sort of kidding, building on your earlier post, etc, etc, etc.

That's not something to kid about.
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#11 Post by Pitchy » Fri Dec 09, 2011 9:04 am

olyinaz wrote:
Pitchy wrote:Sportsmanguide is based in MN so you`d think they could sell them here.
Though MN does have some weird laws, was in TX a couple years ago and they couldn`t sell me any kind of gun because i was from MN. :roll:
Sadly, you can thank the folks in Minneapolis/St. Paul for that (and more to come) buffoonery.

At any rate, I think I must have one of these!! It'll be great for taking the boys out and having fun. Get some .22LR tracers. :D

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What really got me was i couldn`t even buy a BP gun, guy looked in a book and MN was listed as a no no.
Just to be sure it wasn`t a store issue i went to another gun store and they said the same thing. Agrivating feeling to say the least and made me mad.
Wonder if it`s because MN considers a AR15 a asult weapon that you need a buyers permit or carry permit to buy.
I asked the sheriff here about it and he didn`t have a clue.
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#12 Post by vancelw » Wed Dec 28, 2011 7:12 pm

Pitchy wrote:
olyinaz wrote:
Pitchy wrote:Sportsmanguide is based in MN so you`d think they could sell them here.
Though MN does have some weird laws, was in TX a couple years ago and they couldn`t sell me any kind of gun because i was from MN. :roll:
Sadly, you can thank the folks in Minneapolis/St. Paul for that (and more to come) buffoonery.

At any rate, I think I must have one of these!! It'll be great for taking the boys out and having fun. Get some .22LR tracers. :D

Oly
What really got me was i couldn`t even buy a BP gun, guy looked in a book and MN was listed as a no no.
Just to be sure it wasn`t a store issue i went to another gun store and they said the same thing. Agrivating feeling to say the least and made me mad.
Wonder if it`s because MN considers a AR15 a asult weapon that you need a buyers permit or carry permit to buy.
I asked the sheriff here about it and he didn`t have a clue.
That's most likely the reason. An FFL in TX can't sell you a firearm in violation of your own states laws.

http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/hrd/pubs/firearms.pdf
Minnesota Firearms Laws wrote:Purchasing or Transferring a
Pistol or Assault Weapon
A person who wishes to purchase a pistol or assault weapon
from a federally licensed firearms dealer must either obtain a
transferee permit from the local police chief or sheriff or
submit to a background check to determine eligibility to
possess the weapon. A person need not obtain a transferee
permit if the person already possesses a valid permit to carry
a pistol. Minn. Stat. §§ 624.7131; 624.7132
It's not TX law preventing a Minnesota resident from purchasing a firearm in TX. I buy long guns in other states sometimes. They always have to check their store notes to see if a TX resident can purchase on in their state.
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