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POLL: Should Virginia repeal its one-a-month handgun limit?

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    No why would you appeal a law that says I'm suppose to buy one handgu a month....jk
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    Just for the record... If you have a CWP you can buy as many as you want a month(Virginia)..... But everyone that is cleared in a check "should" be able to buy as many as they want.
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    Voted... And since I'm 100% pro-2nd Amendment, you know which way I voted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monk View Post
    Just for the record... If you have a CWP you can buy as many as you want a month(Virginia)..... But everyone that is cleared in a check "should" be able to buy as many as they want.
    The only catch being that your address on the CHP has to match the id you are using. Given I've moved 3x in the last 4 yrs and my permit is good for 5yrs I either don't enjoy the exemption or I pay to get a new permit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    The only catch being that your address on the CHP has to match the id you are using. Given I've moved 3x in the last 4 yrs and my permit is good for 5yrs I either don't enjoy the exemption or I pay to get a new permit.
    Just some FYI, and I don't know if this is still going on, but I remember getting a "new residential address" card from the VA DMV every time I filed a change of address on their website. The card had the DMV seal with no photo, as it had to be carried with your drivers licence. That should clear you for the exemption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cagueits View Post
    Just some FYI, and I don't know if this is still going on, but I remember getting a "new residential address" card from the VA DMV every time I filed a change of address on their website. The card had the DMV seal with no photo, as it had to be carried with your drivers licence. That should clear you for the exemption.
    You file your new address and pay your money then they mail you a new DL to your new declared address. It is easier to do, but the little loophole of not showing your new address doesn't work. Also if you look at the form you are making a sworn statement. The Insta-check will show the new address even if your id has your old address. Not sure I want those sorts of issues, i.e. criminal charges for falsifying a state form to buy a gun.

    The new VA DLs have holographic photos and other stuff. A far cry from my first VA license, which was a piece of paper folder in half and put in a plastic cover.
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    For your CHP to be legal you are required to keep your address updated with them.... How many guns bought is not a issue if you're legal anyway....FYI
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    Quote Originally Posted by monk View Post
    For your CHP to be legal you are required to keep your address updated with them.... How many guns bought is not a issue if you're legal anyway....FYI
    No you are not....there is nothing in the VA code that indicates this...
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