Wal*Mart ad this week

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by deen_ad, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. deen_ad

    deen_ad
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    shows several AR style guns.

    Too bad none of them near us sells guns at all!
     
  2. Swedish K

    Swedish K
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    Dean - the one in Longview does. It may not be next door but its only about 30 min away.

    *note - its the newer one in longview on the south side at 540 7th ave behind the home depot
     
  3. Skang

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    gresham wal mart also carry firearms, no tax.
     
  4. jonn5335

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    Does walmart do out of state transfers? Just curious . . .
     
  5. jmurray192

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    cant get it to come up online.
     
  6. deen_ad

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    Ours was in The Columbian for Sunday.
     
  7. Brown

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    The one in Saint Helens stocks them.
     
  8. Greenbug

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    Hmmm.... Looks like Wally World is stepping up the quality of their firearms from the usual poo.
     
  9. deen_ad

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    I was in the Vancouver one on Hwy 99 this afternoon, no guns but a couple gun safes that they never carried before. But only one box of .45 ammo.
     
  10. jrprich

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    No firearms in the WW closest to me, but they have had some great prices on 9mm and .45 Federal FMJ

    100 9mm $19.95

    100 .45 $29
     
  11. RB87

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    Shouldn't require a transfer if its a rifle and its legal to own in WA.
     
  12. kev1

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    the one in port orchard wa had some but not the sig gee I wonder why. Most likely only had one or two of those for the price.
     
  13. accessbob

    accessbob
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    You can by a long gun at least in a contiguous state, and maybe others, as long as it is within the laws of the state you are purchasing from and your own state laws and it must be from an FFL.

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  14. accessbob

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    That is BUY. My autocorrect on the phone messed me up.

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  15. jlprtr

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    Oregon State law says it must be shipped to an FFL in the state the buyer is from, which negates WA law on the subject.
    However, we can go to Idaho (IIRC), throw it in the car and bring it on home.



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  16. theguncrank

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    Oregon stores can sell rifles and shotguns to qualified buyers from Washington, Idaho or Nevada, but not California. Go figure...

    :rolleyes:
     
  17. accessbob

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    Oregon Law says that you can purchase a long gun (rifle or shotgun) from an FFL in another state in a face to face transaction in that other state and bring it back to Oregon in accordance with Federal Law (which states the same) and the state it is purchased in.

     
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