Thats a question for Marsha Coakley. The answer has to nothing to do with rationality or common sense.
I am not a cop. Do you guys carry the guns only on the approved firearm list?Thats a question for Marsha Coakley. The answer has to nothing to do with rationality or common sense.
Yeah. There is. Find someone who has one in Mass, and buy on FA10.I guess for a police officer there is always a way to purchase a handgun which is not on the approved list. For me, it just seems no way to get the stainless version of P229.
Seriously wtfActually, if a gun is off list and it's not a government or individual officer purchase as a duty weapon, a dealer cannot sell/transfer the firearm to a MA resident - whether it's new or used.
They can however transfer it to another FFL, whether it is in or out of state.
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Yup. All in the name of 'consumer protection regulation' that Harshbarger passed around 1997 as AG. A firearm has to be on the approved firearms roster (which may even apply for officer sales, I'm not sure - haven't checked), and it has to have at least a ten pound trigger pull for double-action, AND it has to have a magazine safety disconnect or a loaded chamber indicator in order to be sold/transferred by a dealer in MA.Seriously wtf
Asked and answered..........It would be 100% "legal" transfer between two lawfully licensed individuals for a private sale on an FA-10 form.Yeah. There is. Find someone who has one in Mass, and buy on FA10.
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Bunch of blue chicks having pink diarrhea....and Closed. Popped my cherry on closing a thread.