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Massachusetts legal?

Postby fs357mag » 07 Mar 2015, 05:03

Hickok45 brought me here. Very cool item. Is this Massachusetts legal? If so, in what configuration? I believe it would have to have a fixed stock, but not sure of any other requirements. Thanks.

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Re: Massachusetts legal?

Postby JoeA » 25 Aug 2016, 19:28

Hi FS 357,
I was wondering the same thing.
Where in mass are u?
Regards,
Joe

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Re: Massachusetts legal?

Postby Maneepooky » 23 Sep 2016, 02:19

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Re: Massachusetts legal?

Postby Bald Eagle » 31 Oct 2016, 07:41

While the CCU is, by itself, legally considered an accessory, once you put it on your pistol the combination becomes a semi-automatic rifle. At that point how your state defines an assault weapon comes into play. Remember that to the anti-gunners an assault weapon doesn't have to be capable of selecting fully automatic fire. We don't have a legal staff keeping up with the states and their changing laws. We have done a little research to be somewhat familiar with what our customers are facing but we are NOT in a position to be able to give legal advice. DO YOUR HOMEWORK, BE AWARE OF THE LAWS IN YOUR STATE/LOCALITY.

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Re: Massachusetts legal?

Postby WATERWRAT » 28 Jan 2017, 10:54

I am not an expert but I do know that Massachusetts has a magazine limit. 1911's should be ok but I don't thing a glock will make it.

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Re: Massachusetts legal?

Postby unntofas » 08 Jan 2019, 00:20

I think the answer is very relevant.


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