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Old August 5th, 2020, 04:39 PM #41
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So, if I canít find any stores in MD or VA with mags for P365XL, how Do I procure a 12 or 15 round mag online, that are in stock? Do I have them sent to a VA FFL?
If the seller will do it, you can have it sent to any VA address.

Even ship UPS with hold at a VA UPS store will work.

FFL is not required.
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So, if I canít find any stores in MD or VA with mags for P365XL, how Do I procure a 12 or 15 round mag online, that are in stock? Do I have them sent to a VA FFL?
I ordered mags directly from SIG's online store, and had them sent to a friend's wife's office in VA. She's used to it.

Just don't forget: your friend can't bring them back to you in MD, you have to meet across the river and have them change hands there so they're in your possession when you re-enter MD.
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Old August 6th, 2020, 08:26 AM #43
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I had a great setup.

My boss, who was a shooter, lived in WV. Office was in VA. I would ask him, he would order to his house, then bring them to the office. I would pay him, done.
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I had a great setup.

My boss, who was a shooter, lived in WV. Office was in VA. I would ask him, he would order to his house, then bring them to the office. I would pay him, done.

Interesting. Out of curiosity, why didnít you just order them yourself when you were in the office, and have them delivered there? With his approval, of course...


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Ok, hypothetical ...You buy a handgun online it has a 12 round mag. It's shipped it to your local FFL. The FFL "pins" the mag to hold 10 rounds before the 77-R is submitted. The 77-R is submitted as a handgun w/10 round mag. Seven days later, the letter arrives Congratulations ....Yada, Yada, Yada!
Can this work? I guess, only if your FFL will pin the mag?
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Ok, hypothetical ...You buy a handgun online it has a 12 round mag. It's shipped it to your local FFL. The FFL "pins" the mag to hold 10 rounds before the 77-R is submitted. The 77-R is submitted as a handgun w/10 round mag. Seven days later, the letter arrives Congratulations ....Yada, Yada, Yada!
Can this work? I guess, only if your FFL will pin the mag?

Yes, but you hit the nail on the head. Many FFLís donít want to do pinning. There was a thread about this recently. Two, I think.


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Except that " submitted as a handgun w/ 10rd magazine " isn't really a thing . In Md you may purchase ( an otherwise magazine equipped ) handgun without any magazines at all .
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It's interesting and perhaps amusing (depending on your level of cynicism) to witness the willingness to extend assistance and information to people whose intent seems to be ferreting out tools to use against us.

This seems to be the same technique that permits terrorists and the like to utilise our legal protections to spread chaos; it's just on a far lower level. It's a problem facing open societies when confronted by subversives in sheep's clothing. Hard to counteract, especially in undeclared war.
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The benefit of pinning are two-fold.

1. A person that commits mass murder will not carry more than 1 magazine at a time.

2. 10 people dead is sad, 11+ people dead is a tragedy.

In the meantime let’s continue to revolve people in and out of the justice system that have shown a proclivity to violence and preying on others and enact laws that hopefully they will begin to follow, starting NOW.....
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In the meantime letís continue to revolve people in and out of the justice system that have shown a proclivity to violence and preying on others and enact laws that hopefully they will begin to follow, starting NOW.....
Thatís the real answer, isnít it? Holding people accountable for following the laws already on the books? But no, you try to suggest this and you are told that ďmass incarceration doesnít work and it racistĒ. Clearly, no one is saying round of groups of people (or specific races of people) and incarcerate them. Problem is, cops have been known to do just that while claiming to be tough on crime. The flawed implementation seems to justify that the premise (holding people accountable) is somehow flawed. Itís logic by people that donít understand logic.


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