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Old December 31st, 2006, 00:21   #204
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That is illegal in so many ways I cant start to comment, so I wont and I will hope you inform yourself instead.
Again, sorry to be blunt, but there is nothing illegal about this. I don't know where your information has come from.

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Mtallman said HE stored it. You CANT do that legally. It MUST be stored by the person to whom it is registered.
If you store it, you wind up being in control of it and that IS illegal.
Please clarify what you mean then.
Greylocks, there is nothing illegal about it. As I stated, I have a minors firearms licsense. This allows you to be in possesion, and use a non-restricted firearm without the direct supervision of someone who can legally have the gun registered to them. This also means you can store them for a legitimate use (hunting/target shooting), as verified by myself with the cfc. A firearm doesn't have to be stored with the person who it is registered with, rather it must be stored with someone who is licsensed to posess that class of firearm. If you have a minors licsense, you can thus store a non-restricted firearm for a legitimate use (hunting/target shooting in my case).

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No, because Federal laws apply everywhere. You cant own one, and you cant store it either if you are under 18. If you store it, you are in legal possession of it.
Yes, I can't own a registerable firearm on paper, but I can store one, and as you accidentaly said, I can store a non-restricted firearm and be in legal posession of it.


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Must be 18 to own, that includes physical control (storage and use) of it.
You must have a firearms licsense to own (FAC, POL, PAL), and a firearms licsense (Minors lic, FAC, PAL, POL) to store and use.

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If you are over 18 and letting someone under 18 use it, you must be there.
False. You must be there when anyone of any age without a licsense is useing a firearm. You don't have to be 'there' if they have a firearms licsense.


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Correct me if im wrong, but you can't own a .22, a 12 gauge, and a .303 if your're 16.
True. I can't "own" but I can "have" (posess, store, use) a non restricted firearm.

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Mtallman said HE stored it. You CANT do that legally. It MUST be stored by the person to whom it is registered.
Again, this is fully legal, and it doesn't have to be stored to the person who it is registered to.


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If you store it, you wind up being in control of it and that IS illegal.
Again, there is nothing illegal about being in control of a non-restricted firearm if you have a firearms licsense.

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It may be the way he wrote it, but HE cant store them. That becomes possession in the legal sense.
Same as above.

Sorry to go to this length, I just wanted to make sure it is confirmed I am not doing anything illegal.
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