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Old 11-25-2012, 1:32 PM
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Originally Posted by sarabellum View Post
IMHO, we should press the State on arms of historic significance, irrespective of age.
Far too late for that one. The 'register your rifles' law goes into effect in 2014; with the legislature in its current configuration, getting a favorable change, even a little one that affects few people, is highly unlikely.

And folks with C&R licenses
* can now and still in 2014 buy any C&R guns out of state,
* can now buy any C&R long gun in state without a 'regular' FFL involved (but handguns in state must go through a 'regular' FFL), and
* in 2014 need the COE to buy C&R in state without a 'regular' FFL involved.

It's folks without the C&R license who are most inconvenienced.
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