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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by OkieDokie1982, Mar 3, 2012.
I bought one last week and a gun shop in Tulsa
Like it, have a Mossy 500 tactical
I want one! Really really bad!! Lol
Bought a Remington Tac 14 this weekend at a LGS. They had it marked wrong and I let them know it. They said they would honor the price stated.
Nice little piece.
I suspect that as firearms like the 'TAC-14' and 'Shockwave' proliferate, the likelihood that Oklahoma will enforce any state statutes against these weapons will decrease to the point of being a non-issue [hopefully].
Not unless someone sends a copy of the Texas law to our legislature with the theme of 'bragging' how Texas got on over on 'em, or how Texas must be so much of a better place for gun owners, or how many gun enthusiasts they have alienated, etc.
Maybe shaming them enough will motivate them to act, with the interests of Oklahoma gun owners in mind.
A question for the FFL holders here: For the purposes of Line 16 of the form 4473, is the 590 Shockwave a handgun or a long gun?
I believe it would be neither. You should probably check "Other" which is basically for firearms that are neither handguns or long guns- such as PGO shotguns, frames, receivers, lowers)
I'm not selling it barring the state attorney general ruling it's ok the current statute says transferring it is a felony
Recently NICS instituted a change restricting answers on the "type of transaction" question to these three: "Sale of handgun", "Sale of long gun", or "Private sale". "Other" is still on the form, but no longer accepted as a valid response by the NICS call centers. I'm thinking it would be considered a "handgun" as it is not intended to take a butt stock, but I'm not sure.