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Old January 30th, 2020, 01:22 PM #1
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MD friendly FFL in PA for long gun transfer?

Does anyone have any recommendations for FFLs across state lines near Baltimore? I want to purchase a long gun online and be able to actually keep the magazines. I know that as long as it is a long gun and not a pistol I should be g2g, right?
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Old January 30th, 2020, 01:30 PM #2
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I don't think so.

You can buy the magazines in PA and bring them to MD.

I think the gun is a different story unless I am misunderstanding what you are asking.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I think all firearms must be shipped to an FFL in the state in which you reside. Purchasing magazines outside of the state for yourself and using them yourself is legal
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Gary Ruby at High Rock Outfitters would be a good option. He's no longer listed as an Industry Partner. I don't know if that indicates he's gotten out of the business. PM me if you'd like his cell.

Yes, you're good to go on the standard capacity mags if you go this route.
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I don't think so.

You can buy the magazines in PA and bring them to MD.

I think the gun is a different story unless I am misunderstanding what you are asking.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I think all firearms must be shipped to an FFL in the state in which you reside. Purchasing magazines outside of the state for yourself and using them yourself is legal
This is what I was thinking too
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Gary Ruby at High Rock Outfitters would be a good option. He's no longer listed as an Industry Partner. I don't know if that indicates he's gotten out of the business. PM me if you'd like his cell.

Yes, you're good to go on the standard capacity mags if you go this route.
I have used Gary in the past for this purpose as well. I miss those Savage sales he used to run.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I think all firearms must be shipped to an FFL in the state in which you reside. Purchasing magazines outside of the state for yourself and using them yourself is legal
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This is what I was thinking too
You are both wrong.
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You are both wrong.
I agree with you. You can buy a long gun out of state.

However my understanding is that the PA dealer must follow MD law when doing the transfer. So the PA dealer may not give you the Hi cap mags.
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I agree with you. You can buy a long gun out of state.

However my understanding is that the PA dealer must follow MD law when doing the transfer. So the PA dealer may not give you the Hi cap mags.
Don't know about the magazine transfer. He could sell them to you for .01 without the rifle.


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