Massachusetts Attorney General Assault Weapons Ban Enforcement

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Massachusetts Attorney General Assault Weapons Ban Enforcement

 (Private sales/ transfers of so called assault weapons)

 Q: What if I already own a gun that is a copy or duplicate?

  • If a weapon is a copy or duplicate of one of the models enumerated in the law, it is an Assault Weapon. The Enforcement notice will not be applied to possession, ownership or transfer by an individual gun owner of weapons obtained on or before July 20, 2016.
  • The AGO also will not enforce the law against a gun dealer that possesses or transfers a “copy or duplicate” weapon that was obtained on or before July 20, 2016, provided that transfers, if any, are made to persons or businesses in states where ownership of the weapon is legal.
  • Individual/private sales are exempt if gun was obtained on or before July 20, 2016. Hope this clarify’s things.

 

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