This is interesting. Saw it on Alphecca first. But lots of bloggers have reported on it since then.
It's the removal of the requirement that you can only buy a pistol in your home state. Which made sense in 1968, as folks in Nevada wouldn't know or have access to police records in Maryland to know if you are a choir boy, or an ex-con bank robber dressed up like a choir boy. Nowaday, NICS checks makes that superfluous
So I'd be able to go to the gun show in Virginia and actually BUY something and not have a lot hassle? Or I could save a lot of money on gun transfers by just driving 2 hours to a gunbroker.com dealer in PA and doing the NICS check at that dealers shop instead of having it shipped it to my local FFL and paying shipping and $75 transfer fee?
Cuz, you know, when I want a pistol I want a very specific model. And I might have to go far afield to find it.
Talk about common sense gun laws!
Dayton Hamvention IV - Lots of military gear.
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