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    Jackson pd came to my house to check out my Michigan Pistol.Said they never had anyone try to register there mossberg as a pistol I showed him the mcl 28.421(e).He thanked me for my time and the education and said he was going back to inform his chief of the law.

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    Good job Gordon! Hopefully this will make it easier for the next guy.
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    When I registered my Remington 870, Hazel Park had no idea what the hell I was talking about but after I explained it tothem they said, "if you say so, how do we do this", so I just filled out the RI-60 as the buyer and seller.

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    It's amazing (and sad) how clueless they can be!

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    Hmmm, came to your house. Seems a little agressive/intimidating to me to show up at someone's door steps for this. Why not to call or senda letter?

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    sasha601 wrote:
    Hmmm, came to your house. Seems a little agressive/intimidating to me to show up at someone's door steps for this. Why not to call or senda letter?
    Because the cop wanted to get a "feel" for who it was that was registering the shotgun/pistol.

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    That would be legaly irrelevent. And also probably how the confiscations will start. Usually follows registration.

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    Oh they know who Gordon is... I don't think that many people register these...
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    If they are there for THEIR education, tell them you would be glad to show them if they are willing to pay the current consultation fee of $$$$ !!!:what:

    If they are coming to us....let them pay!:celebrate

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    WARCHILD wrote:
    If they are there for THEIR education, tell them you would be glad to show them if they are willing to pay the current consultation fee of $$$$ !!!:what:

    If they are coming to us....let them pay!:celebrate
    Hey I like the way you think :celebrate
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    WARCHILD wrote:
    If they are there for THEIR education, tell them you would be glad to show them if they are willing to pay the current consultation fee of $$$$ !!!:what:

    If they are coming to us....let them pay!:celebrate
    $250 per minute with a two minute minimum.

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    If a mossy is registered as a pistol, and I swap the HD barrel for a deer barrel, I'd be able to hunt with it, right? I plan on registering my mossy once I get it. Sorry if this is a hijack of a thread, I don't intend for it to be, since it's semi-related.
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    you can hunt with handguns in MI if i remember correctly.
    not a lawyer, dont take anything i say as legal advice.


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    http://www.michigan.gov/documents/dn...3_204859_7.pdf


    A conventional (smokeless powder) handgun must be .35 caliber or larger

    and loaded with straight-walled cartridges and may be single- or multipleshot

    but cannot exceed a maximum capacity of nine rounds in the barrel and

    magazine combined.

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    malignity wrote:
    If a mossy is registered as a pistol, and I swap the HD barrel for a deer barrel, I'd be able to hunt with it, right? I plan on registering my mossy once I get it. Sorry if this is a hijack of a thread, I don't intend for it to be, since it's semi-related.
    If you have it registered as a pistol as soon as it no longer fits the requirements to be a pistol it cannot be carried as one. However that said as soon as it again fits the requirements of a pistol it can again be carried as one.

    Therefor YES you can add a fixed stock and deer barrel and hunt with it however during that time you would have to carry it in accordance with all laws and regulations governing long guns.
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