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  1. Pretty sure illegal with a foregrip
  2. I just put in for 6 permits October. No request for info for what I'm buying. Heck, I got no idea what I'm buying. Just like to have them "just in case" I'm guessing you applied for multiple handgun exemption by mistake?
  3. Thanks for the info! got the adapter on back order
  4. https://magpul.com/firearm-accessories/stocks/shotgun/sgastock-mossberg500-590-590a1.html?mp_global_color=118 I was thinking of putting this on a Beretta 1301. Is this considered a pistol grip or would it be legal for a semi auto?
  5. https://outdoors.natchezss.com/products/ammunition-handgun-ammo-caliber~.45-acp
  6. I always get 6 at a time. With the E-permits after 90 days I get an email saying the remaining permits have been extended to 180 days. They put the date they expire. Last time it took 2 weeks to get them.
  7. My first handgun was a Sig P226 22lr. I then bought the 9mm conversion kit for it. This way you are training in 22lr with the exact same gun you will shoot in 9mm. Since you can just buy the conversion kit it's like getting 2 guns with one permit.
  8. Try different ammo. I have a Henry .357 and when shooting 38 special PMC or Blazer ammo it caused problems. When cycling after a shot it would sometimes jam and I had to rattle it around to load it. When loading I would put 5 rounds in the tube then when I pushed down on the rod it would cause the lever to actually open! I switched to Speer and Remington ammo and never had an issue again.
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