miker wrote:I don’t mean to dig up an old thread but has anybody heard anything on these shockwaves from a legal standpoint?
miker wrote:I was at a local dealer yesterday who said these are 100% legal and they have sold over 100 of them. And also said if they were illegal mossberg would not be shipping to them directly and they would have got in trouble if they were illegal.
miker wrote:So let’s just say they do come out and say they are illegal in ohio unless you get more liscensing or tax stamp.
What happens to all the people who bought them legally through a liscensed ffl dealer?
FYI I just went to brownells and they will ship them to ohio.
ESAFO wrote:With Texas being approved starting Sep 1rst she said it should'nt be too long after that before we're good to go, but who knows we will just have to wait & see.
BEAR! wrote:I saw that in late October that Mossberg was releasing a 20 guage version of the shckwave.
I wish that Ohio would allow these to be owned here because they sure look like fun.
Well an AOW is only a $5 tax .....then wait for the transfer to traverse BATFE.
IMHO an AOW is wayyyyyy cooler .
JustaShooter wrote:If you really want one of these, they are certainly available from some gun shops, you may just have to look around. But until the legalities are settled I'd recommend getting a Dangerous Ordnance license: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2923.18v1
ORC 2923.11(F): ""Sawed-off firearm" means a shotgun with a barrel less than eighteen inches long, or a rifle with a barrel less than sixteen inches long, or a shotgun or rifle less than twenty-six inches long overall."
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