Yes. The second amendment says you can do that. The state is allowed to impose reasonable restrictions on things like the length of the barrel and to restrict the possession of firearms by people who have been previously convicted of certain crimes, but assuming you mean a normal, unmodified shotgun and aren't a felon, then yes.
There is no requirement or provision to register a shotgun in PA
a shotgun or rifle. just not a handgun
No, but hand guns and assault rifles you do
There is most likely a Best Buy or other store such as one like Best Buy that a person can buy pa speakers in Chicago, IL. There are probably shops just for speakers there.
Buy Shotgun. Buy Shotgun.
Any rifle or shotgun you can buy from a dealer in PA. They must be at least 26 inches long, and rifles must have at least a 16 inch barrel- shotguns an 18 inch barrel.
He can buy a shotgun, but, it is legally his until you turn 18
legally you have to be 18 but you can just get your parent or legal guardian to purchase it for you and then give them the money
Musser Nursery, in Indiana, Pa., has these trees. I just ordered some of them.
You can buy a used treadmill at Garets applicances, in Erie, PA.
You may purchase a rifle or shotgun from a licensed dealer in PA. Under Federal law, you may only purchase a handgun in your state of residence. Exception- California law does not permit a Californian to purchase a firearm in any other state.