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#1 moskojo

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Posted March 20 2017 - 07:22 PM

I just received an email from Walther that the CCP pistol has a safety recall. My pistol is covered. They say that it is legal to ship the pistol to them for repairs and they can ship it to my house. No FFL needed. 

Is this true for NY, especially Nassau county?



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#2 Punisher1336

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Posted March 20 2017 - 08:08 PM

I would check into that,getting pistol shipped directly to you sounds like an affront to Gov Cuomo.

#3 LarryD23

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Posted March 20 2017 - 08:44 PM

I am by no means an expert on the subject but I believe it is perfectly legal to ship your handgun to a dealer for repair and for them to ship back to you.

 

However, there are restrictions. It is my understanding that you cannot ship a handgun by USPS.

 

Here are the UPS rules for shipping firearms: https://www.ups.com/...s/firearms.html


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#4 LI Ammo

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Posted March 20 2017 - 08:52 PM

You cannot ship it via the post office. Presumably Walther is sending you a pick up label for UPS or Fed Ex.

 

Be sure to keep a copy of everything. If the Police want to see your handgun for ANY reason and you don't have it to show them, you'd better have proof of it's whereabouts.

 

Before you let them return it to you directly, check with Nassau PD and make sure they say it's OK.

If it becomes lost in transit, you want to be covered.



#5 lucija

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Posted March 20 2017 - 09:36 PM

I sent my R51 for repair as a part of mass recall. Remington provided a prepaid label and a box. You have to schedule a pickup - can't just bring it to the store. Forgot if it was ups or fedex definitelly not usps. To make things much much worse they couldn't fix the original gun but sent a new one with new s/n. Remington insisted on sending it to me through an ffl, so it was basically treated as a new gun purchase. It was a total nightmare to sort the whole thing out with SCPD when it came to removing the broken gun from my license. But I don't blame them as much as I blame remington they just weren't prepared to handle NY style laws which bothered me because they were still officially a NY company.

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Posted March 20 2017 - 09:40 PM

Why don't you call the shop where you purchased the gun? There's a good chance they will do it for you at a minimal cost, or possibly free of charge. I would imagine that Walther would reimburse them for the costs. 



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Posted March 22 2017 - 08:28 PM

The recall is only for the CPP not the PPQ right 



#8 TJ Ironhorse

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Posted March 22 2017 - 10:17 PM

If they provide a shipping label, send it,and it will be returned to your home. It is not a violation of any kind in Nassau county. I've returned several handguns to the manufacturer this way, and had them returned to my home.
Do not ask NCPD anything. It isn't illegal. Stop creating a problem when there isnt one. They have us acting like scared rabbits in this damm county.
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#9 wrench

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Posted March 23 2017 - 06:59 AM

Sent my Ruger LC9 back to ruger for repair, Ruger sent me a shipping label I took the gun to FedEx told them what was in the package, a week later recieved a notice from Ruger to be home on the day it would be coming to my house for signature, all good.



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Posted March 23 2017 - 07:13 AM

You cannot ship it via the post office. Presumably Walther is sending you a pick up label for UPS or Fed Ex.

Be sure to keep a copy of everything. If the Police want to see your handgun for ANY reason and you don't have it to show them, you'd better have proof of it's whereabouts.

Before you let them return it to you directly, check with Nassau PD and make sure they say it's OK.
If it becomes lost in transit, you want to be covered.

No reason to notify Nassau P.D. the package will return to the home. No special permission required or law in New York or Nassau County.
The U.S. Post Office does ship Firearms for FFL dealers.




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