Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Keesh, Oct 22, 2008.
Taken from another board. What do you guys think?
Doesn't affect me don't really care either way
don't really see a problem here.
seems kinda dumb but I see where they're coming from
I don't own a machinegun, why should I care if they are illegal or not
i mean it makes sense.
if its sold with a stock, its a rifle.
if not, it might be built into a pistol.
or, you can designate on the form which it's going to be and avoid all of that in the first place
Federal law is 18 to own handguns. Seems to me more pointless ATF legislation trying to fix a problem that isn't there. 18 year olds are still legally able to build AK pistols from a flat, for example.
You have to be 21 to purchase a handgun from a dealer under the gca. Shouldn't a receiver that might be a pistol receiver also apply?
ninja edit too slow
Yeah, you're right. Got it confused with Oregon law.
Um....but aren't stripped receivers marked in the factory if they are rifle or pistol receivers? This seems like more bullshit to me to stop the influx of AR, AK, and similar stuff.
not that im aware of
Good thing I got mine done last month.
So stupid and a waste of our tax dollars. They should concentrate on the important stuff like making sure the american people can get ammo at reasonable prices. No american should have to shoot less because he cannot afford the ammo.
What's a 4473
The form you fill out when you buy a gun.
This is the shit that ruins it for everyone else... "Eh, Bullshit Law X doesn't affect me so I don't care."
form? what form?
who the hell fills those out?
Stop trolling, this isn't the main.
In order to stay well regulated, I need to practice regularly. Ammo should be a tax write off.
i already posted a meaningful opinion
We got our new forms in the other day but I haven't really looked closely at them, I'll try to get a picture tomorrow to show the differences.