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04-25-2008 04:31 PM
rebelBullDawg325 lets see in GA you can buy/own a shotgun or rifle as soon as you turn 18, no waiting period. neither have to be registered. at 21 you can purchase a handgun, not sure on the length of waiting period. there used to be 3 days but that may have been dropped, my dad has a Concealed carry permit so he doesnt have to worry about that anyways. last i checked IF YOU BUY THEM AT A GUN SHOW THE WAITING PERIOD DOES NOT APPLY. not exactly sure how/why this works but doesn't bother me. also, with the handguns. as previously stated you have to be 21 to purchase butcan be 18 to "own". thats awkward too. and i believe as young as 16 if you are going to the outdoors for any purposes where wildlife may pose a danger, you can have your handgun with you with parents consent. the concealed carry laws get even more fuzzy. dont quote me on any of these but i think they're pretty close to correct. what it boils down to really is once you get the gun just use common sense about where you take it and what you do with it and you shouldnt have any charges
04-25-2008 10:28 AM
jeeptales
that is

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Originally Posted by 30-284 View Post
And don't forget it's not just 14 days, it's 14 24hour periods. If you filled out the paper work at noon, then you can't pick it up until after noon 14 days later.

Donn

That is so worng!


CHUCK... We still need you!



04-24-2008 10:08 PM
30-284
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Originally Posted by Tj Bunch View Post
Cali 14 days long or hand gun.
And don't forget it's not just 14 days, it's 14 24hour periods. If you filled out the paper work at noon, then you can't pick it up until after noon 14 days later.

Donn
04-24-2008 02:16 PM
jeeptales
One more for Texas!

Like you guys...

I like being able to buy a gun when I want a gun.

My wife got her 38 the same day I bought my Glock 27 it took us about 45 min.

I'm okay with background checks... I'm okay with convicted Felons not being able to have guns! And I love the our laws.

State Requirements

Rifles and Shotguns


Permit to purchase rifles and shotguns? No.

Registration of rifles and shotguns? No.

Licensing of owners of rifles and shotguns? No.

Permit to carry rifles and shotguns? No.

Handguns


Permit to purchase handgun? No.

Registration of handguns? No.

Licensing of owners of handguns? No.

Permit to carry handguns? Yes.

Other Requirements

Is there a State waiting period? No.

Is there a FBI *NICS check for firearm transactions? Yes.

Permit to carry a concealed weapon required? Yes.

Record of sale: No.

*NICS - National Instant Check System

And we can shoot and kill someone for breaking into our house!!!
04-24-2008 01:46 PM
dj_chizzle waiting periods to buy guns = "keeping law abiding citizens disarmed periods"

the bad guys don't have waiting periods, why should we?

here in VA there is no waiting period on handguns that i'm aware of, other than the 30 minute wait it took for my background check to be completed at the gun show.
04-24-2008 12:28 PM
jeeptales
I beg to differ

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actually jeeptales the amendment is about keeping and bearing them not buying them, once u have it they cant do anything about it, u have the right to keep it, no where does it say u have the right to buy it, so its actually not that clear :-P
When the second Amendment was written into finest document ever drafted (second only to the Bible) the world has ever seen, it had built in provisions for its improvement. They are call “Amendments” a Constitutional Amendment is not easy to pass it was never meant to be an easy task. That is because an Amendment can only be past by the will of the people. Politicians work everyday to whittle away at our rights by manipulating the Courts and Unconstitutional political edict to strip us of the rights our for-fathers fought for and died to preserve. We are not a democracy we are a Representative Government whose elected leaders should follow the will of their constituency. Goofy state laws like the ones you are talking about drive me nuts. We need to hold our elected officials to the task they were charged with.

Since the founding of the United States to the best of my knowledge very few people have possessed the necessary skills and tools to build their own “SAFE” firearm. In the Early 1700s to today we have all purchased our weapons from either Gunsmiths or Gun retailers. A few of us were lucky enough to have guns passed down to us by generations of Parents or Grandparents. I argue that the same right that allows us to own guns would also allow us to purchase them.
04-24-2008 11:10 AM
MOz
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Skeeter, you're animation is killing me...
04-24-2008 09:53 AM
whiteyj
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If you can't obtain them, you can't keep or bear them. It's very clear to anyone with a functional brain.
Yes...But we are talking about our elected officials.....and their interpretation of the constitution.
04-24-2008 09:38 AM
skeeter
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I had a CPL for West Virginia... But seeing as how I don't live there anymore.... Oh hell! I still don't need a gun! I quit carrying a gun when I figured out that I could kill a man with my bare hands! Besides! I have Tiny!
04-24-2008 05:36 AM
JCS05Rubi
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If you live in a free state, are a citizen or legal resident, and have the money, go buy one.
Yea, buy one!! Those Barretts are sweet! They are only a couple grand too.. One day I do want one though.

EDIT: BTW, CCain, I can't believe you left west virginia for commi-fornia
04-24-2008 04:20 AM
skeeter
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Originally Posted by Smeghead View Post
I WANT ONE OF THESE

If you live in a free state, are a citizen or legal resident, and have the money, go buy one.
04-24-2008 04:18 AM
skeeter
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Originally Posted by debruins View Post
whooaa, my brain is functioning thank you very much
Then you should have no trouble understanding the Constitution, it's written in fairly plain English and there's a wealth of supporting documentation from those who formed this nation to help clarify any misunderstanding.


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Who are the militia? Are they not ourselves? Is it feared, then, that we shall turn our arms each man gainst his own bosom. Congress have no power to disarm the militia. Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birthright of an American...[T]he unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people.
---Tenche Coxe,
04-24-2008 12:27 AM
Smeghead .
04-23-2008 11:51 PM
debruins whooaa, my brain is functioning thank you very much
04-23-2008 11:32 PM
skeeter If you can't obtain them, you can't keep or bear them. It's very clear to anyone with a functional brain.
04-23-2008 09:44 PM
debruins actually jeeptales the amendment is about keeping and bearing them not buying them, once u have it they cant do anything about it, u have the right to keep it, no where does it say u have the right to buy it, so its actually not that clear :-P
04-23-2008 09:05 PM
ccain I had a CPL for West Virginia... But seeing as how I don't live there anymore.... Oh hell! I still don't need a gun! I quit carrying a gun when I figured out that I could kill a man with my bare hands! Besides! I have Tiny!
04-23-2008 07:34 PM
JCS05Rubi Maryland is no wait for a long gun, unless its regulated (AR-15s etc.) than it falls under the handgun laws.

Handgun law is at the least 7 day wait, or until the paperwork is recieved. 7 days is also the maximum, but you have to file a petition etc. etc. Usually you can pick it up in 7-14 buisness days, and its usually 10 days total (7 buisness days).

Also, 1 gun per month, unless you have one of those expensive collectors liscense thingys.
04-23-2008 12:25 PM
jeeptales
What About???

"We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."...


..."Amendment II (1791)

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. "


How much clearer can this be???
04-23-2008 11:50 AM
Tj Bunch Yea Cali used to 5 days I belive on pistols then we got Mz Boxer in our state and we all got F'td. I used to be able to atleast buy an Sks Rifle becouse it was a Colector type gun as over the counter for like 69.95 now they are on the wait list and like $200.00

Cali sucks.

So if I go out of state is there anything special that has to be done?......
04-23-2008 11:45 AM
MOz
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Originally Posted by Tj Bunch View Post
what are the different waits in your state? Cali 14 days long or hand gun.
That is th ebiggest bunch of BS I have heard yet! 14 days is so incredibly rediculuous. I thought Jersey was bad, it was 3 days (when I lived there).
04-23-2008 11:42 AM
MOz In PA...(for handguns and rifles) there is none unless you count the time it takes to make a phone call to the State Police and fill out the paperwork (10 minutes max))

If you want to purchase muzzleloader...no call or papaerwork..You just need a driver's license.
04-23-2008 06:26 AM
rketr Here in TX it only takes as long as it takes to finish the paperwork. In the last 10 years have bought (at different times) a 30-06 rifle, a 22-10 rifle, a Glock 9mm, a 357 Magnum, and a 44 magnum. Longest it took any of 'em was like 1/2 an hour...and that was only because the place was busy. (even bought the Glock and 357 during my lunch hour! )

Oh and by bought I mean you are walking out the door with the gun and ammo within the 1/2 an hour.
04-22-2008 11:59 PM
amy I have a CPL, I don't have to wait for anything.
For those who don't have a CPL, it's 7 days for a pistol and no waiting period for rifles, in the state of Washington.
04-22-2008 11:18 PM
MR.CLIFFORD It is 11:17 right now where I am. So, I would have to wait until 9:10am in the morning if I wanted to buy it legally. Doesn't matter which gun.
04-22-2008 11:13 PM
Tj Bunch
Waiting periods on long guns

what are the different waits in your state? Cali 14 days long or hand gun.

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