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Old October 14th, 2013, 04:59 PM #21
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Rifles no. I could have sworn the Saiga was no go but the VZ-58, that should be GTG.
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Old October 14th, 2013, 05:46 PM #22
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What about the CZ VZ 58? Is that now illegal to purchase in MD?
The VZ58 full-stock version is still legal to sell/transfer in MD though the folding version is NOT as it's collapsed length is less than 29" IIRC.
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My understanding is that ATF protocol for measuring a rifle with a folding stock stock is to measure with the stock fully extended.
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Old October 14th, 2013, 08:04 PM #24
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OAL is measured with the stock fully extended, along the axis of the bore per ATF guidlines.
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I know a bunch of dealers treat them as unregulated because they are not a rifle. MSP confirmed this at some point, but I don't have a copy of it.
So it's treated as cash & carry?
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So it's treated as cash & carry?
All long guns are cash & carry now; all regulated rifles have been banned.
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Sould we need magazine repair parts or replacement parts, is anyone aware of a dealer that sells standard capacity magazine(s)/magazine parts for the VZ58 in nearby states?
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My understanding is that ATF protocol for measuring a rifle with a folding stock stock is to measure with the stock fully extended.
Seem to remember it being 33 inches on the table unassembled with the standard issue barrel.
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What about the "gift" clause for regulated firearms? Can a family member from a 2A friendly state (NC or Florida, specifically) buy an AK or an AR 15 and give it to me as a gift?
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What about the "gift" clause for regulated firearms? Can a family member from a 2A friendly state (NC or Florida, specifically) buy an AK or an AR 15 and give it to me as a gift?
No. No "gift" clause.
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