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NJ FFL To Do WASR Transfer ??

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by Pete7072, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. Pete7072

    Pete7072

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    Alright, so after a dozen or so e-mails and phone calls, I have found a WASR-10 that is NJ legal. After letting them know that the rifle that they're selling ( no NJ, NY, California shipping ) is actually 100% NJ legal, they will send the WASR-10 to me. I do have an FFL that does all my transfers, but before I ask them to do it. Does anyone know an FFL that will definitely accept a NJ legal WASR, and transfer it? If you do not want to post it publicly, just send me a PM. Please, and Thanks
     
  2. WASRfan

    WASRfan

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    Again - what makes a WASR NJ legal?

    Single stack 10rd mags, pistol grip, tacked muzzle nut - all legal?
     


  3. G22Dude

    G22Dude

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    You can have double stack 10 and 11 round mags in NJ. Spot weld on a compensator on the muzzle, and get rid of the bayonet lugs. That's what they did to my Saiga, in PA.
     
  4. jstang

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    arms-n-ammo in the winslow area will definitely do it if you're in South Jersey, great guy to deal with.

    colddeadhands.com
     
  5. toshbar

    toshbar Timber Baron

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    Just have them weld the gas port in the barrel and turn it into a schmidt-rubin type bolt action AK.
     
  6. Polak

    Polak (pō'lāk')

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    Where are you located? Shouldn't be hard to have it transferred as long as it's Jersey legal.