If you would? please also ask about 100% receivers purchased through an FFLI would be real interested in the answer to this.I can do that. some thing Like I have a rifle built on a previously unbuilt/virgin transferable reciver. is it leagal to sell this fire arm in a assembled configuration?????
I remembered seeing this and tought some of you would like to see it too.
But, will it really catch mice?
IF YOU HAD TWO THEY WOULD MAKE A REALLY GOOD PAIR OF CRUTCHES
IM SORRY BUT IF I BUILT AN EXACT COPY OF A THOMPSON CONTENDER PISTOL RIFLE COMBO I FEEL THAT I SHOULD BE ABLE TO THE EXACT SAME THING WITH IT AS I CAN WITH THE ORIGINAL. BY THAT WAY OF THINKING I FEEL THAT ONE SHOULD BE ABLE TO APPLY THE SAME RULES TO ANY PISTOL. i WOULD UNDER STAND IF IT HAD STARTED LIFE AS A RIFLE. THE FACT IS IF I WERE TO BUILD ,MY PISTOL REGISTERD NDS RECIVER INTO A RIFLE AFTER IT BEING A PISTOL AND THEN STRIPED DOWN TO BARE RECIVER THEY WOULD CALL IT A PISTOL BY WHAT THE SERIAL NUMBERS COME UP IN THERE DATA BASE. SO FOR THEM TO SAY ITS A RIFLE BECUSER IT ONCE HAD A STOCK AND 16 INCH BARREL IS STUPID AND A MOCKERY OF MAKING ME REGISTER IT IN THE FIRST PLACE. THE FACT THAT ARE IGNORING PRECIDENT SET BY THE THOMPSON CASE REALLY MAKES ME FEEL THAT THEY THE ATF IS NOT HELD TO ANY LAWS OR JUDGEMENTS