The picture shown appears to be in one of the shots provided, an AMT.
Due to "safety regultions" in Chaptersi 93a---since it would not get through even the Liberal Democraric Beacon Hill Gang, the then Attorney General Reilly added regulation re: gun safety. These regulations say this gun cannot be sold by a dealer in this state, although it still can be sold personally.
This last window is one Governor Patrick is seeking to close.
So let your voice be known on Beacon hill. Call you individuial legislator, they listen to such calls and normally respond.
The AG's right to , basically, enact law through the Consumer Prtection Chapter of Mass Law was sadly upheld.
As was the 1998 provision of the "Assualt Rifle Bill" baning "home" FFL's and mass. Firearms dealersips.
Goodby Johns' FFL, so I took a bigger hit in 1999 than i would have under other matters which I have referced but not specifically set forth
So, If you are wondering why we can only get S&W 1911s, (and a few others) place the blame there.
In any event AMT has been out of business for 12 years. there is no one around to run this item through the Hoops raised by an AG no longer in office.
You cannot buy this gun on Auction Arms since it cannot be shipped to you to a dealer, nir is it likely that you can purchase it out of state on your mass license (this applies to a LOT of handguns.
You cna prabably be 'gifted' the item bu an anidividial out of state or in the state.
An in state tranfser would still require the filing of an FA -10, and if the Divison of Public Safety decides to come down on you, I can't tell you what would happen.
Such a sad state of affairs.
He Ran for Governor and lost.