I'm grandfathered up here which means that I can own handguns with a barrel length under 4.25 inches, which are called prohibitive, so when I do so do they,unless I can sell them to someone else with a prohib license or to one or you fine people in the U.S which I will probably do mine are too nice to get turned into license plates.That sounds like a deal, klind.
Always have to ask, how much trouble was that to buy in Canada? Was the barrel length an issue?
Thanks, and welcome to the forum.
Yes there's going to be a lot of 4.25 barrels kicking around. I think it's a load of crap but what do I know, only been handling hand guns and owning them safely since 1983.Thanks, klind, and folks on this forum would be happy to have that pistole when you weary of it. I take it exporting it isn't an issue? Ya gotta love gun laws.
Glock's new 48 was apparently designed with yinz folks in mind; it has the 4.25" barrel and 10 round capacity.
MGMike: they can be brokered from Canada to the U.S it might be a bit of a pain in the ass but it can be done, I know someone who did it with a pair of colt snake eyes.Sure, folks on this forum would be absolutely positively delighted, but if it were possible to import a PPK into the United States, everybody would be doing it.
I have no idea what colt snake eyes are, but the PPK has been legally barred from importation into the USA since 1968.MGMike: they can be brokered from Canada to the U.S it might be a bit of a pain in the ass but it can be done, I know someone who did it with a pair of colt snake eyes.
M: Oh crap sorry I forgot about that,we then I screwed, snake eyes are 2in pythons one blued and one stainless.I have no idea what colt snake eyes are, but the PPK has been legally barred from importation into the USA since 1968.