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Old January 7, 2013, 11:16 AM   #7
MLeake
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Consulting an attorney is a good idea.

As I understand it, Federal law prohibits buying a weapon in another state, that you cannot legally own in your state of residence.

I do not know of a Federal law that says you cannot own a gun in another state, that has been banned in your state of residence. There is a distinction.

But again, this is what lawyers are for.
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