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I594 and pistol repair???

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by John H, Feb 20, 2015.

  1. John H

    John H Whatcom County Well-Known Member

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    Maybe this was covered, but how does I594 affect sending a pistol in for repair and then, them sending it back to you??

    A co working was asking.
     
  2. Joao01

    Joao01 South King/North Pierce Active Member

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    officially, you are breaking the law (as is the delivery driver). In reality, nothing.
     
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  3. Monica Cowles

    Monica Cowles Grays Harbor, Washington Member, NRA (Life) USCCA, ACLDN, SAF (Life) Staff Member Silver Supporter

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    Applicable text of the initiative;

    (4) This section does not apply to:
    (e) A federally licensed gunsmith who receives a firearm solely for the purposes of service or repair, or the return of the firearm to its owner by the federally licensed gunsmith;

    Anything outside those parameters? Felony.:eek:
    No logic. No thinking. No understanding. No grey cells left.:mad:
    Don't get me started......;):p:)
     
  4. 308

    308 ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ Platinum Supporter Silver Supporter

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    UPS drivers will now become a felons?
     
  5. Joao01

    Joao01 South King/North Pierce Active Member

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    technically, yes, if you consider them posessing a package with a firearm in it a "transfer". no prosecutions yet to my knowledge.
     
  6. Joao01

    Joao01 South King/North Pierce Active Member

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    BTW Monica, thank you for what you are doing against 594.
     
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  7. DeanfromOregon

    DeanfromOregon Wilsonville Amateur Ascended Master Platinum Supporter

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    Where exactly does a person apply for Federal Gunsmith License?
     
  8. Monica Cowles

    Monica Cowles Grays Harbor, Washington Member, NRA (Life) USCCA, ACLDN, SAF (Life) Staff Member Silver Supporter

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    http://www.ffl123.com/

    I was *this* close to getting one from here six months ago...decided against it...
     
  9. PiratePast40

    PiratePast40 Willamette Valley Well-Known Member

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    It's a FFL.
     
  10. DeanfromOregon

    DeanfromOregon Wilsonville Amateur Ascended Master Platinum Supporter

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    I can see how you would make that assumption, but that isn't how it's worded! It says "Federally Licensed Gunsmith." This implies that someone who works on weapons must be licensed by the Federal Government as a gunsmith.
     
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  11. Joao01

    Joao01 South King/North Pierce Active Member

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    good point. Not sure I noticed that before.

    I guess FEDEX and UPS need to get that gunsmith license that does not exist.
     
  12. 308

    308 ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ ΜOΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ Platinum Supporter Silver Supporter

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    Maybe Wa folks can only have FFLs who are also gunsmiths work on their rigs because someone in another thread made the comment that the authors knew exactly what they were writing.

    I don't feel inclined to offer such high praise.
     
  13. Monica Cowles

    Monica Cowles Grays Harbor, Washington Member, NRA (Life) USCCA, ACLDN, SAF (Life) Staff Member Silver Supporter

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    I wonder if "federally licensed gunsmith" is in the same place as "Government approved range"....in a deluded liberal's utopia....:rolleyes:o_O:)
    Oh dear, I'm getting started...:confused:
     
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  14. Just Jim

    Just Jim Well-Known Member

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    Pretty sure there are several different types of FFL that you can file for including dealer, manufacturer and gunsmith only. I think there are 7 classifications. The gunsmith FFL allows guns to be shipped to you to be worked on.
     
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