Massachusetts Pistol List

#1
An FYI for anyone travelling through or moving to The Socialist Republic of Moscowchusetts(I know, WHY would you WANT to!), here is a list of what is acceptable in the way of handguns:

http://www.goal.org/Documents/approved_ ... 9_2_09.pdf

Mind you, this list is not definitive, as the header states that the Kommisars have the final say as to what is actually allowable for sale. I must admit I am very surprised to see a large addition to the Glock presence, this must be a recent event. Note how many specific pistol types(even in .22LR) that are not allowed here!
 

Ninja

New Member
Nov 8, 2009
14
#11
NJ's ranked #2 using The Brady Campaign scorecard, Massachusetts is #3. Nobody comes close to California, especially with their new law of having your thumb finger printed every time you buy ammo. That place is totally out of control.
 

Pops

Administrator
Sep 26, 2009
600
Charlotte, NC
#14
for a while banks made you put your thumb print on a check when you cashed it.
I actually called the Wachovia headquarters and complained about thet. I wonder if they still do it.

I thought the whole idea was a huge invasion of privacy. It is simple to twist your finger a bit and ruin the print.
They bank teller told me it was mostly to scare off the forgers. Thinking they had to put a thumb print on a stolen check, they thought would reduce crime.

Hmmm, a criminal who would forge a check is worried about committing a crime . . .

I don't see it . . .

:shock:
 

WILDCATT

New Member
Oct 10, 2009
7
#15
new to posting.former Mass resident for 76 yrs.law in mass are uniform except Boston.depends on police chief what he rules.he does not want to issue he wont but you can go over his head.I still belong to a club in Hopedale Mass.400 members and 24/7 shooting.
I reload for 25 calibers.and have 15 presses and 30 molds.
shoot a 1903 with hand loads.groups 1 in at 100 yds.a lot cheaper than factory and you allways have ammo.
 

141HP

New Member
Jan 28, 2010
5
#16
[MASS IS A WIDE OPEN MACHINE GUN STATE--IS YOUR S CAROLINA? AND AS FAR AS JERSEY GOES, I CAN NOT , WITH A FFL BRING GUNS THROUGH THAT STATE--I MEAN COMMONWEALTH YOU GUYS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN TO A MACHINE GUN SHOOT CAN COME WITH ME TO SOME IN MASS---NH---AND MAINE.
DON'T THINK YOU HAVE FREEDOM HERE, YOU DO NOT , I USED TO GO IN A GUN STORE -DROP MONEY, AND WALK OUT WITH THE GUN--YOU ARN'T OLD ENOUGH TO SPOUT OFF ABOUT STATE FREEDOMS
NO 4473 FORMS--NONE!! AND THAT WAS IN 1967 --THEY KILLED A KENNEDY AND BINGO GUN CONTROL ACT OF 1968!! WE HAD 30 DAYS TO REGISTER MACHINE GUNS, THAT WAS CALLED AN AMNISTY PERIOD--30 DAMN DAYS---PROIOR TO THAT THEY ALL WERE ILLEGAL, I REGISTERD 112 OF THEM--
YOU GOT ANY?? YOU GET 5 YRS FOR 1--THIS IS A HISTORY LESSON FOR TRUTH--NO STATE HAS FREEDOM ANYMORE--MAYBE VERMONT--NO PERMIT AT ALL TO CARRY NONE --YOU JUST NEED A HOLSTER AND WIDE OPEN MACHINE GUN STATE
WANT TO SPOUT OFF??
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Schultz

New Member
Jan 12, 2010
1,580
Upstate, SC
#17
141HP said:
[MASS IS A WIDE OPEN MACHINE GUN STATE--IS YOUR S CAROLINA?
Yes it is. Local Leo signs the paperwork and after waiting for that to go through there's the 200 tax stamp and your done(Suppressors work the same way here to). I have several friends with FA firearms and we shoot regularly around here.


BTW you might want to flip the caps lock off makes it look like yer yelling at us. :shock: ;)
 

141HP

New Member
Jan 28, 2010
5
#18
Schultz said:
141HP said:
[MASS IS A WIDE OPEN MACHINE GUN STATE--IS YOUR S CAROLINA?
Yes it is. Local Leo signs the paperwork and after waiting for that to go through there's the 200 tax stamp and your done(Suppressors work the same way here to). I have several friends with FA firearms and we shoot regularly around here.


BTW you might want to flip the caps lock off makes it look like yer yelling at us. :shock: ;)
NOT YELLING, I CANT SEE THANKS FOR THE UPDATE--SILENCERS ALWAYS WERE $200, SAMS AS TAX STAMP CLASS 3 --I HAD 16 REGESTERD GUNS IN 1997 AND COULD NOT BRING THEM INTO SOUTH CAROLINA--AT THAT TIME SLED HAD NO PROVISION FOR ME
 

Schultz

New Member
Jan 12, 2010
1,580
Upstate, SC
#19
Ah Ok No worries, Where are you upstate or low country? There are several guys here in the upstate with FA and love to shoot. Myself I'm aiming toward a suppressor at the moment.
 
#20
141HP, put your engine on idle please.

I do not know about the Gun Control act of 1968, but I sure know about the one MA. had in 1998. If you had fully automatic firearms from before 1998 that you registered during the birthday clause, you must be a Kennedy yourself.