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Old March 20, 2013, 06:05 PM   #11
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How come I keep missing the definition of a "firearm" here.

It is my understanding, if you wish to purchase a long gun in another state, you may, but it must be through a FFL in the state the purchase is made.

If you wish to purchase a handgun (concealable weapon) in another state, the transaction must go through an FFL in the purchasers state of residence.

Am I correct, or not?

The reason I am state it this way is in some states (NY) a "firearm" is only a concealable weapon. (new (un)safe act adds an AW as a "firearm")
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