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  1. Accurate might have better options, either no.7 or no.9, I can't remember off the top of my head and currently all my load stuff is in storage. Might also look into titegroup.
  2. I have one that holds my shotgun, a single heavy barrelled 12ga.
  3. Knowing you, I'm assuming this is a 9 and not a 40?
  4. This is listed in the wrong area sir, you might have better luck in the "Non-firearm Classifieds."
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    SBR Stamp

    From my understanding, and this is after discussion with a buddy of mine who is a LEO, the blanket method, in wording is viable, but has known some officers to still press a charge, and sometimes it gets tossed, sometimes it doesn't. Not worth the legal headache. JMHO. This stuff really should be clear cut and simple not all the nonsense we have to go through every 6 months because of some idiots who can't tell the difference between 9mm and 9x19.
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    SBR Stamp

    What that article doesn't tell you is that the "loaded rifle" in your vehicle must remain hidden. I.e. in your closed trunk or in a storage case. Not exactly easily accessible. As a "pistol" it doesn't have to follow such strict nuisances. It is treated just like a handgun. Once the stamp is applied it is officially a rifle and subject to the laws and regulations of such. #4 on my original comment is a bit of outdated information, because I have always known to use a trust and have had one set up for 6 years now. Points 1-3 are still rather valid. Yes, TN allows the carry of a loaded long arm, so sure, you could still keep it in the car, but again, it must be hidden at all times.
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    SBR Stamp

    The cons: 1) your gun is officially known about by the government. 2) Only you can be in possession of them unless you have them transfered into a gun trust, at which point any executive of the estate or beneficiaries that pass the checks can be in possession of them. 3) they could no longer be used as car guns as they wouldn't fall under the laws of handguns. 4) If you don't have a trust set up, at the time of your passing on from this life, they would be forfeited to the government.
  8. None without being in a safe range setting, unless you know it is without a doubt 100% unloaded.
  9. Lighter recoil spring will resolve the issue and run any ammo you put down the pipe, but use the factory spring if you're using +p
  10. Heavier trigger spring and trigger connector, but I'm not sure if there is much aftermarket for Canik yet.

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