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    I have an old Mossberg 500 that has damage to the end of the barrel. I don't want to invest in a new barrel and want to get rid of it. Does anyone know of a disposal site in Burlington County?
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    Are you willing to ship it to CT if I send you the FFL paperwork and the shipping cost?

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    • #3
      Saw off the end of the barrel

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        Most shotgun barrels are designed to be interchangeable, and a barrel is not a firearm. You can just throw it in the trash. You do not need an FFL to give it away or even sell it.
        Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. -- Aldous Huxley
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        • #5
          Now, now...

          NJ doesn't allow for NFA weapons...

          Connecticut, on the other hand, does.

          AOW on an ATF Form 4 is only a $5 fee.

          I'm thinking a pistol gripped shotty with a 9 inch bbl & 2 in the tube...something that can fit inside a laptop bag.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DAL View Post
            Most shotgun barrels are designed to be interchangeable, and a barrel is not a firearm. You can just throw it in the trash. You do not need an FFL to give it away or even sell it.
            #1 NJ's laws are somewhat different from CA's laws.

            #2 If he transfers the weapon to someone who is not a resident of his state, he needs to do the FFL thing.

            #3 If he isn't interested in keeping the gun, I need that receiver so I can get a form 4 approved and have a new, very noisy toy that punches holes in stuff.

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