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    Sending Standard Capacity Mags to Ban States

    Does a resident of a free state commit a crime sending standard capacity mags to a ban state? Are residents of free states expected to keep up with the bag o' d!cks laws passed by communist lawmakers?

    I have lots of date marked Pmags made prior to 1 July 2022 that would look great sitting on a mantel in Wa state...

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    I wonder if anyone would ever know....or honestly care?
    Do the post offices xray every package?
    Glad I left WA last year. WY is a BIT more friendly.

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    Not saying it’s legal or not, but why not send multiple packages on a few different occasions.

    Springs in one. Bodies in another. Floor plates & followers in a third on another day. Your not sending a mag, just replacement parts.

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    Probably no one would know except the people you sent them to.

    Unless you send them to some AlphabetBoi narc by accident and they did what they do...Or you advertised all over the internet and sent TONS of mags in exchange for cash, all blatant like. This is more or less what resulted in the San Franshithole City Attorney filing a civil suit against a couple companies back in 2013 for shipping "rebuild kits" to CA...IIRC, it more or less put 44mag.com out of business.

    But if you shipped a few mag to some guy you knew wasn't a narc, almost certainly nobody would ever know. If they're "pre ban" dated, then seems like it'd be hard to prove much one way or the other anyway.

    (I'm not a lawyer and this isn't legal advice...)

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    Safest method would be a face to face gift of the magazines. Of course, this gift would agreeably have occurred prior to the ban effective date.

    In reading the WA senate bill, if you sent high cap mags into WA you could be charged with distribution.

    (37) "Distribute" means to give out, provide, make available, or deliver a firearm or large capacity magazine to any person in this state, with or without consideration, whether the distributor is in- state or out-of-state. "Distribute" includes, but is not limited to, filling orders placed in this state, online or otherwise. "Distribute" also includes causing a firearm or large capacity magazine to be delivered in this state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperTwoSix View Post
    Safest method would be a face to face gift of the magazines. Of course, this gift would agreeably have occurred prior to the ban effective date.

    In reading the WA senate bill, if you sent high cap mags into WA you could be charged with distribution.

    (37) "Distribute" means to give out, provide, make available, or deliver a firearm or large capacity magazine to any person in this state, with or without consideration, whether the distributor is in- state or out-of-state. "Distribute" includes, but is not limited to, filling orders placed in this state, online or otherwise. "Distribute" also includes causing a firearm or large capacity magazine to be delivered in this state.
    Technically letting your spouse borrow your mags on the range would be "distribution." I know some guys here who've been buying mags and marking them as "in trust" for kids they haven't even conceived yet.
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    According to the UCC, Uniform Commercial Code, unless otherwise specified the buyer takes title FOB shipping point, so if the mags are legal for you to sell in your state, there is no problem. The buyer possessing them in his state may be an issue for him, but isn't for you. Some ban state AGs have howled about that but there is nothing they can do to you. State laws end at state lines.

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    FFS just send your friends the gift of mags, people are waaaay too concerned with these nonsensical restrictions, label the package toys or whatever. This is the problem with the 'gun community' to subservient to these idiotic left wing restrictions, phuck them, don't comply.

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    I was so lucky to have guys on here that would send me mags when I was stationed in Cali. The majority of members won’t send me mags here in Colorado though. The quisling posts of NO SHIPPING TO BAN STATES cracks me up. It doesn’t really matter, darn near every gun store sells rebuild kits anyways.

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    Whole lotta "moldy labia till van halen" types afraid to put a box in the mail to someone in a ban state.

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