23 NOVEMBRE 2022 by fpfadmin
No. However, a weapon manufactured as an assault weapon cannot be legalized by modifications that allow it to discharge .17 or .22 calibre ammunition. The Art Gallery of Ontario will also not enforce the law against a gun dealer who possesses or transfers a « copied or duplicated » weapon acquired on or before July 20, 2016, provided that the transfers, if any, are made to individuals or businesses in states where possession of the weapon is legal. Rifles manufactured before September 1994 are exempt from this law and are commonly referred to as « pre-ban » rifles. These pre-ban rifles are still legally available in Massachusetts. No. The fact that a firearm has been marked as « state compliant » or « Massachusetts compliant » by the manufacturer does not make it legal to purchase and possess the firearm in Massachusetts. Banning a weapon depends on whether it meets the definition of assault weapon in state law. A weapon is a prohibited « copy or duplicate » if it meets one of the criteria included in the enforcement notice. The 9R reaches an ideal point for me. It`s a fun weapon that, while still legal by the state, hasn`t been neutralized to make it that way.
Of course, 10-shot magazines are a bit slow, and MP5 magazines before the ban are expensive and easily cost $100 per mag. Nevertheless, it still has its place. Not just as an assortment toy, although it certainly stands out as such. For someone who is worried about excessive penetration, especially in an apartment or other urban environment, a pistol-caliber rifle may make sense as a home defense weapon. At least here in Massachusetts, it`s legal to make 1 SBR a rifle. If you were to buy a pre-banned 30-round magazine, or at least 10-round metal magazines, it could definitely serve as a home defense weapon. You can get the GSG for the cost of a .22 caliber pedestrian rifle, without legal mags on ten cartridges. Firearms that are legal in the state of Massachusetts according to the information we have. It is IMPORTANT that you check with your local dealer first to verify and validate this information if the laws change, and this is neither legal guidance nor legal advice.
This happened after about 400 reasonably clean firing rounds. Do any of you have any of the three or others on whom you have an opinion that might help me decide the way forward? Yes. However, for reasons of law enforcement priorities, the Attorney General`s Office does not plan to take enforcement action with respect to these transactions. Sellers must keep evidence clearly indicating the date on which these transactions began. The list of large capacity firearms contains weapons that were originally manufactured for the civilian retail market as wide-body firearms. If you opt for the .22 route, get a 10/22 and dress it up – it brings you a step or two, cheap. Zenith seems to be the gold standard of clones, and PTR seems to be the happy medium. This list is not exhaustive. This is for illustrative purposes only.
Many other weapons are not assault weapons or copies or duplicates of assault weapons. The list of Olympic competition weapons includes firearms designed and sold solely for Olympic shooting competitions. Lol The Art Gallery of Ontario will work with arms dealers, as required, to help them identify weapons that meet one or both of the criteria for a copy or duplicate. The characteristics test, which is referenced in state law and set out in the enforcement notice, provides a separate and independent basis for concluding that a weapon is a prohibited assault weapon. The ETS chargers supplied with the PTR-9R produced several failures around the 200-300 rpm mark, probably due to a fault. It seemed to disappear around 350-400, then returned with vengeance around the 800 rpm mark. In one of the magazines it became impossible to load more than 4 cartridges. Once charged and pulled, it was a coin or head to see if the charger would power properly.
I found 522s with 10th mags for 250 on Gunbroker, but I`m also tempted to take a 10/22 and turn it into a G-36 lookalike. I have other .22LRs, so I`m not so worried about another fun .22 linker, but about a weapon that looks/feels more like an MP5. The GSG-522 happens to do it much cheaper than the alternatives. No. The Notice does not amend the law regarding the possession of assault weapons by law enforcement officers. Your existing right to purchase and possess assault weapons remains protected by Massachusetts law. Kevin`s SBR – Note the beautiful green H&K furniture The reason I directly blame the magazines, rather than the dirt on the gun, is because I met a guy named Kevin at the shooting range. Kevin also shot a clone of MP5 PTR, only he had put Form 1 SBR, H&K furniture on it and used 30-shot metal magazines. These magazines have not experienced such failures.
Time delay quality. Is there anything else to say? The PTR-9R works well when everyone goes out, and the recoil pulse is virtually non-existent. Admittedly, this is due in particular to the fact that 9mm lacked a rifle. There should be no recoil pulse, it is 9 mm from a rifle platform. Even taking this into account, the roller-delayed system meant that the 9R had a much smoother recoil than most AR-9s. Despite the fact that the 9R comes with a 9# trigger, it didn`t look like a 9# trigger. The recording was fluid, the break clean and there were almost no crossings.