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Old 05-17-2012, 02:25 AM   #11
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Illegals!!! Cant have any weapons or ammo. Me, all the weapons and ammo i want. Still working on the last part though.

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A person in the US illegally may not lawfully purchase or possess firearms or ammunition. THAT was the Federal law they broke. For lawful residents of the US, there IS no limit. Some municipal fire codes may limit MASS quantities of powder and ammo.

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Here is part of my last delivery..........
What, that's all???

You gettin' soft???

I heard there was a limit on snipe too...but then I remembered, there's no such thing as a ....limit...
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Vincent- sorry, mixed up photos. That was UPS with my primers.


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Well then that makes much more sense...

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Each round of ammunition is a separate offense for an Illegal Alien. They may not possess either.

I can pretty much guarantee the ammo was headed SOUTH not North. The cartels must resupply regularly. They do not shoot with any degree of accuracy.

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I believe it is a state and city based issue.
In ma I think you are limited to 10,000 rnds and 3 lbs of powder.
Actually, here in MA, we're not limited to how much we can own, rather how much we can store.

10,000 rds of centerfire

10,000 rds of rimfire

5,000 rds for shotguns

1,000 caps or other small arms primers

not more that 16 pounds of smokeless propellent

not more that 2 pounds of black powder

Accoring to 527 CMR 13.04(1)(e)

However, 527 CMR 13.04(2) allows for much great quantities to private individuals with "permits obtained from the head of the local fire department", though, I'm sure you have to comply with many fire safety regulations.
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Thanks for the added info. My powder statement was for bp. I thought it was 3 lbs. Didn't realize you're in ma. Where at?

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Thanks for the added info. My powder statement was for bp. I thought it was 3 lbs. Didn't realize you're in ma. Where at?
I live in Quincy. Originally from Southie, but I needed to get the hell away from Boston.
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Ahh city boy. Lol

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Ahh city boy. Lol
Yep! And damn proud of it.... well, not really. Boston blows. I work in Boston, near a bunch of bars and clubs.... on the overnight shift, so I get plenty of entertainment from the drunks and half naked club chics.
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