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CCW permit holder for Idaho, Utah, Pennsylvania, Maine and New Hampshire. I can carry in your country but not my own.
You guys are right, paying that extra money, going through hoops like finger printing and CLEO signature is pure BS for 4 inches.
That's why I went with 12"
If I may ask, did you do the paperwork as an individual, a Trust, or as a corporation?
Individual. New pair of socks included.
I also did it as an individual. I was going to do the trust, but I have seen so many people say that the Quicken Willmaker route is untested and may not hold up in court. So I didn't risk it.
We use 14" 870s at work. Synthetic standard stocks and Surefire forearms (on some of them, anyhow) Bead sights. Simple and reliable; I like them a lot. Ours only take 4 in the magazine, however...
We also carry them on an empty chamber, on safe, with the trigger pulled. Anyone else roll this way?
Willmaker has delivered excellent results. Willmaker 08 will tailor the trust documentation to your particular state.
I have a couple of stamps "in the mail" so to speak
I guess one thing that makes me bang my head against the wall is you can have a 16" rifle but a shotty has to be a minimum 18"
"Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
--Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC .
^^ You can actually have any length gun. You're just forced to jump through silly hoops to prove yourself "worthy" to the revenuers at the turnstyle.
Yeah going through the "short" thing now. Easiest way to get a short barrel AR is to build it as a pistol (virgin receiver, no butstock, and no forward pistol grip - the receiver extension tube is okay to have though). That exempts you from all length requirements. 5"bbl, 24" bbl, whatever...
A new reciever is about 6 months quicker and $100 cheaper than going the "Short Barrel Rifle" approach through ATF/NFA.