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Old April 21st, 2019, 08:17 PM #11
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See above.

AFAIK, anything that can be built into a pistol needs to go through an FFL in the state of residence. Being that any AR lower can be configured as a pistol, that would include all AR lowers.
Ok thanks. So what about the M&P 15-22, saw on for dirt cheap at the last show. That would have to be transferred too right?
Was thinking about picking one up so my 10yo son can shoot with me at the range. Figured an M&P 22 would be good practice for him until heís ready & able to handle an AR.
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Old April 21st, 2019, 08:35 PM #12
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Ok thanks. So what about the M&P 15-22, saw on for dirt cheap at the last show. That would have to be transferred too right?

Was thinking about picking one up so my 10yo son can shoot with me at the range. Figured an M&P 22 would be good practice for him until heís ready & able to handle an AR.


Rifles can be bought in other states from an FFL in that state providing the rifle is legal in both states. Cash and carry (with a NICS check and 4473)


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Old April 21st, 2019, 09:04 PM #13
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I donít believe AR10 lowers do, I think those are cash and carry in MD IIRC. Doesnít make sense, but this is MD.


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If you're saying an AR10 lower can be bought out of state, I honestly can't say. I've never bought one. I do know that a dedicated AR9 lower needs to be transferred into Md through a Md FFL. And so does a 5.56/.223 lower.
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If you're saying an AR10 lower can be bought out of state, I honestly can't say. I've never bought one. I do know that a dedicated AR9 lower needs to be transferred into Md through a Md FFL. And so does a 5.56/.223 lower.
Wow....I thought it was a lot of stuff to go through for a handgun in MD....WTF
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Wow....I thought it was a lot of stuff to go through for a handgun in MD....WTF
It's weird.

I think rbird7282 was confused by my post. My bad.

You can buy a dedicated 'non 5.56/.223 lower' in Maryland, cash and carry. It can be legally built into a pistol in Md.

You can also buy an AR10 lower in Md, C&C. No 7 day wait as well.

They all must go through a Md FFL AFAIK.

ETA: Every lower I mentioned could not have started out as a rifle. You can not convert a rifle into a pistol, as per federal law. To do that, you would be creating(making) an SBR and would necessitate adherence to all NFA regulations.
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It's weird.

I think rbird7282 was confused by my post. My bad.

You can buy a dedicated 'non 5.56/.223 lower' in Maryland, cash and carry. It can be legally built into a pistol in Md.

You can also buy an AR10 lower in Md, C&C. No 7 day wait as well.

They all must go through a Md FFL AFAIK.

ETA: Every lower I mentioned could not have started out as a rifle. You can not convert a rifle into a pistol, as per federal law. To do that, you would be creating(making) an SBR and would necessitate adherence to all NFA regulations.


Got it. I assumed (you know what happens when we assume) that because it was cash and carry in MD (AR10 lower) that it would be just like buying a long gun in another state because itís on a 4473 and a NICS check just like a long gun.


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Wow this is exactly what I needed to read and I been in the group all of 10 whole minutes. Thanks babalou
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