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Simple answers for simple questions
 
 
Link to discussion thread
 
  
 
Federal law governs FFL dealers.  State law repeats that, and imposes similar restrictions on private businesses and individuals.
 
Federal law governs FFL dealers.  State law repeats that, and imposes similar restrictions on private businesses and individuals.
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===Ammunition===
  
 
You must be 18 to buy a long gun or ammunition for it.
 
You must be 18 to buy a long gun or ammunition for it.
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===Handguns===
  
 
You must be 21 to buy a handgun or ammunition for it, including reloading components.
 
You must be 21 to buy a handgun or ammunition for it, including reloading components.
 
You must be 21 to buy a lower receiver which is neither a rifle nor a handgun.
 
  
 
If you are 18, a parent or grandparent may give you a handgun using the intrafamilial transfer rules.
 
If you are 18, a parent or grandparent may give you a handgun using the intrafamilial transfer rules.
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===Rifles, Shotguns and other Firearms===
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You must be 21 to buy a lower receiver which is neither a rifle nor a handgun.
  
  
 
Link to reference thread
 
Link to reference thread

Revision as of 08:43, 14 November 2009

Frequently Asked Questions: What are AGE LIMITS for …


Federal law governs FFL dealers. State law repeats that, and imposes similar restrictions on private businesses and individuals.

Ammunition

You must be 18 to buy a long gun or ammunition for it.

Handguns

You must be 21 to buy a handgun or ammunition for it, including reloading components.

If you are 18, a parent or grandparent may give you a handgun using the intrafamilial transfer rules.

Rifles, Shotguns and other Firearms

You must be 21 to buy a lower receiver which is neither a rifle nor a handgun.


Link to reference thread