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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #600 on: June 14, 2023, 03:16:03 PM »
Passed this info on! Thanks for the link!!

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #601 on: June 20, 2023, 03:35:05 PM »
Friend just returned from his Montana cabin. Since his primary residence is in Washington the shop he stopped at wouldn’t sell him anything.  As in with his Wa ID the store was not willing to sell him anything.

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #602 on: June 20, 2023, 03:43:50 PM »
Friend just returned from his Montana cabin. Since his primary residence is in Washington the shop he stopped at wouldn’t sell him anything.  As in with his Wa ID the store was not willing to sell him anything.

Gun? parts? Amo?
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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #603 on: June 20, 2023, 09:36:35 PM »
Friend just returned from his Montana cabin. Since his primary residence is in Washington the shop he stopped at wouldn’t sell him anything.  As in with his Wa ID the store was not willing to sell him anything.

Gun? parts? Amo?

This makes no sense.  What happens if I want to buy something for a friend that lives in Montana as I'm headed out to his place for a birthday???  I own property in Kansas as well as in WA so I can't purchase something in a state that it is otherwise completely legal to do so in??  If your buying something that does not require a license (like a gun)....why would the store even ask for a license.  If I were purchasing ammo and the store ask me for my ID, I would tell them to pack sand. 

I have heard Cabela's in Post Falls is asking for ID.....which again is dumb.  If you don't transport it back to WA, you are not breaking any laws and they should sell you what they would legally sell anyone else. 

If I confirm Cabelas is doing this....I will tear up my cabelas card and write them a letter saying I will never shop with them again. 

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #604 on: June 20, 2023, 10:21:09 PM »
They're probably worried side kick Ferguson will come after them.
« Last Edit: June 21, 2023, 10:57:27 AM by Griiz »

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #605 on: June 20, 2023, 10:32:55 PM »
Friend just returned from his Montana cabin. Since his primary residence is in Washington the shop he stopped at wouldn’t sell him anything.  As in with his Wa ID the store was not willing to sell him anything.

I've had no problems...um...well let's assume if I was going to buy "stuff" .... maybe on my trips to Idaho....you know... possibly.....if I was to....I wouldn't have any issues... :rolleyes: :chuckle:

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #606 on: June 21, 2023, 04:29:00 AM »
Friend just returned from his Montana cabin. Since his primary residence is in Washington the shop he stopped at wouldn’t sell him anything.  As in with his Wa ID the store was not willing to sell him anything.

Gun? parts? Amo?

This makes no sense.  What happens if I want to buy something for a friend that lives in Montana as I'm headed out to his place for a birthday???  I own property in Kansas as well as in WA so I can't purchase something in a state that it is otherwise completely legal to do so in??  If your buying something that does not require a license (like a gun)....why would the store even ask for a license.  If I were purchasing ammo and the store ask me for my ID, I would tell them to pack sand. 

I have heard Cabela's in Post Falls is asking for ID.....which again is dumb.  If you don't transport it back to WA, you are not breaking any laws and they should sell you what they would legally sell anyone else. 

If I confirm Cabelas is doing this....I will tear up my cabelas card and write them a letter saying I will never shop with them again.

I’ve heard the same thing about the cabelas in post falls. Dumb move if it’s true

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #607 on: June 21, 2023, 09:26:14 AM »
Friend just returned from his Montana cabin. Since his primary residence is in Washington the shop he stopped at wouldn’t sell him anything.  As in with his Wa ID the store was not willing to sell him anything.

He said they had no problem selling him ammo or something clearly hunting related.


Gun? parts? Amo?

This makes no sense.  What happens if I want to buy something for a friend that lives in Montana as I'm headed out to his place for a birthday???  I own property in Kansas as well as in WA so I can't purchase something in a state that it is otherwise completely legal to do so in??  If your buying something that does not require a license (like a gun)....why would the store even ask for a license.  If I were purchasing ammo and the store ask me for my ID, I would tell them to pack sand. 

I have heard Cabela's in Post Falls is asking for ID.....which again is dumb.  If you don't transport it back to WA, you are not breaking any laws and they should sell you what they would legally sell anyone else. 

If I confirm Cabelas is doing this....I will tear up my cabelas card and write them a letter saying I will never shop with them again.

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
« Reply #608 on: June 25, 2023, 08:08:23 PM »
Ridiculous

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Re: HB 1240 "Assault Weapons Ban" Passes House
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