Changes in the gun laws as of 8-13-2014;

H.4376 Highlights Breakdown:

H.4376 Accomplished many positive things for Ma. gun owners including Juniors:

Critical Training language correction for juniors, this now allows trainers to provide firearms to junior shooters and hunters with parental consent. Allows juniors to apply for their FID card a year early,(age 14) and receive their card at 15, price $25. NOTE:  Age 15 up to 18, The fee for FID is $25, as stated in the MA General Law (Chapter 140, section 129B)(9C) Except as provided in clause (9B), the fee for an application for a firearm identification card for any person under the age of 18 shall be $25, which shall be payable to the licensing authority and shall not be prorated or refunded in the case of revocation or denial. The licensing authority shall retain 50 per cent of the fee and the remaining portion shall be deposited into the General Fund. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, licensing authorities shall deposit quarterly that portion of the firearm identification card application fee which is to be deposited into the General Fund, not later than January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1 of each year.

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