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    Question Anything new?

    I've been out of the loop since last April, but my newly rediscovered gun-lust got me back in the swing of things. I'm wondering if there are any crazy new laws back home. I heard about one law in the works about locking all guns in safes, etc. Something not as bad, but like D.C. And I heard that they made our registration easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyuNoKai View Post
    I heard about one law in the works about locking all guns in safes, etc.
    Specifically for Michigan? I doubt it would get far here. There's always a chance of some kind of BS though. We do have Ann Arbor to live with afterall. Michigan's version of San Fransisco.

    I believe there is a provision for that in some national bill that someone (I forget who is authoring it) is/was putting together for the "federal firearms owners license" that we'd all be required to have. That is a scary thought. I don't believe Uncle Sam has the right to tell us how to secure our personal firearms (not to mention how expensive the "safe" has to be). Espeically when they won't even lift a finger to put a halt on illegal immigration, or punish the real criminals and not those of us that play by the rules.

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    indeed. I just know that when I left, that socialist Granholm was in office, and we do have registration, which sucks anyways. A man's house used to be sancrosanct. Oh well, thanks for the info!

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    Some good news, apparently we don't have to take our pistols in for "inspection" anymore. Last fall a piece of legislation passed elimnating that requirement. My father in-law didn't have to take in the last pistol he bought. He got to the PD, and they said, "that's not required anymore." Same thing with a friend of his that bought a pistol last March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertFox_1891 View Post
    Some good news, apparently we don't have to take our pistols in for "inspection" anymore. Last fall a piece of legislation passed elimnating that requirement. My father in-law didn't have to take in the last pistol he bought. He got to the PD, and they said, "that's not required anymore." Same thing with a friend of his that bought a pistol last March.
    So.....when we do buy a handgun in MI....what other steps are required....If any
    To be unarmed and therefore helpless in the face of evil is irresponsible and in fact complicit to evil. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch View Post
    So.....when we do buy a handgun in MI....what other steps are required....If any
    If you have a CPL, you receive a pistol sales record. You send the pistol sales record into your local law enforcement office (local or county depending on where you are located) via mail or in person. They did not inspect my gun.

    Without a CPL, you get a permit to purchase a pistol from your local law enforcement office. I believe those are valid for 10 days. You send in the permit and the pistol sales record when you get your new 'investment'.

    I hope that helps.

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