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Old 04-25-2012, 10:33 AM   #21
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Spoke with an FFL in VA and here's what they said:

I could have just brought shotgun w/ me on the plane. In that case, there is no need to transfer since both VA and TX are non-register states.

Since I've already left the gun in TX, I must now ship it to FFL in VA and go through the background check etc. in VA and pay the $40 transfer fee.

Just in case anybody was wondering...

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Just to clarify this is correct for Virginia. I just did it myself when I purchased a new .22 plinker rifle. Bought in West Virginia and took it with me. Receivers are different however. Those are not cash and carrier. As with a few other gun parts.

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Old 04-25-2012, 11:47 AM   #22
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Update:

Spoke with an FFL in VA and here's what they said:

I could have just brought shotgun w/ me on the plane. In that case, there is no need to transfer since both VA and TX are non-register states.
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Just to clarify this is correct for Virginia. I just did it myself when I purchased a new .22 plinker rifle. Bought in West Virginia and took it with me.
Just to clarify... oie77's FFL advice was majorly bad. You can't take possession of a firearm or long gun in an INTERstate capcity without first transfering through an FFL. This is Federal law. Your example is ok, because you first transferred it in W VA and then took it home. You can't take it home and then transfer it, you'd have to have it mailed to your home state's FFL. see below

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That FFL is WRONG
You can't take possession of the long gun until it is transferred to you via an FFL (in either state). Registration is irrelevant and not related to transfers in this context. Youd be breaking federal law and committing a Felony if you followed his advice making you prohibited from ever touching a gun again in your life. I'd report the FFL to the BATFE
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Old 09-08-2013, 11:52 PM   #23
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For the VA residents, is this document below still valid and accurate?

http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/virginia.pdf

Trying to get some clarification on Restaurant carry:

It states in the pdf ^^ above that you can conceal (as long as you're not drinking), but from what I'm reading here, it is a no-go, if the place serves alcohol

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18.2-308. Personal protection; carrying concealed weapons; when lawful to carry.
B. This section shall not apply to any person while in his own place
of abode or the curtilage thereof.
J3. No person shall carry a concealed handgun onto the premises
of any restaurant or club as defined in 4.1-100 for which a license
to sell and serve alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption
has been granted by the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board

under Title 4.1 of the Code of Virginia; however, nothing herein
shall prohibit any sworn law-enforcement officer from carrying a
concealed handgun on the premises of such restaurant or club or
any owner or event sponsor or his employees from carrying a
concealed handgun while on duty at such restaurant or club if such
person has a concealed handgun permit.
O. The granting of a concealed handgun permit shall not thereby
authorize the possession of any handgun or other weapon on
property or in places where such possession is otherwise prohibited by law
or is prohibited by the owner of private property
I've also read somewhere that you can open carry, but not conceal when the business sells alcohol.

I'm obviously not looking to go out drinking while armed, just need to know if going to dinner is covered.

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