Assault Rifle Washington State

This is a discussion on Assault Rifle Washington State within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Truckinfavis I live in WA. Dude, unless it is a fully Auto U can have it you don't have to register it, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckinfavis View Post
    I live in WA.

    Dude, unless it is a fully Auto U can have it you don't have to register it, unless it is a hand gun. But I would find out if it was stolen. U can call the sheriffs office and they will run it for you. If in doubt call the local police department. Ak, Ar, and Hk is all ok if semiautomatic. If full auto you must possess a class 3 license.
    Absolutely correct info except the bolded portion. You DO NOT need to register handguns or any gun under Washington state law.
    Private sales of firearms are legal no registration required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckinfavis View Post
    I live in WA.

    Dude, unless it is a fully Auto U can have it you don't have to register it, unless it is a hand gun. But I would find out if it was stolen. U can call the sheriffs office and they will run it for you. If in doubt call the local police department. Ak, Ar, and Hk is all ok if semiautomatic. If full auto you must possess a class 3 license.
    Let me post the law in case anyone disagree's with the post above... God I love WA....

    There is no paperwork or registration requirement under WA State law regarding sale of firearms between private parties. RCW 9.41.080, does make it a felony to deliver a firearm to someone you have "reasonable cause" to believe is ineligible to possess it.
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    This thread has become really confusing since apparantly the original post was edited at some point to remove a reference to the subject rifle as being a Russian full auto. That kinda changes the entire context of the discussion.


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