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    Mumbo jumbo, Mumbo jumbo, Mumbo jumbo La La La La I trust Obama I want to build guns!!! The Truth is a Right Wing Racist Conspiracy!!!
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    Mumbo jumbo, Mumbo jumbo, Mumbo jumbo La La La La I trust Obama I want to build guns!!! The Truth is a Right Wing Racist Conspiracy!!!


    Seriously are you on some sort of meds?
    You seem go in an out of states of lunacy.
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    This “clarification” poses serious issues for owners of AR and AK handguns as the pistol grips on these firearms are unlikely to be seen as “permanently affixed” in the eyes of the ATF. I am not aware of a single situation where the ATF has ruled that a part held on with a screw is permanently attached to a firearm. Moreover, it is possible that the ATF could rule that popular pistol-caliber offerings like HK clones and CZ’s popular Scorpion also fail to meet the new definition for pistols. Chassis handgun designs such as the SVI/STI 1911-style pistols and SIG’s P250/P320 could also fall outside this “clarified” definition as the pistol grips of these firearms are swappable and not permanently attached to the frame or chassis
    So if this were to pass an be a cause to out law a Ak or AR pistol . how long do you think it will take me to weld the grip bolt to the nut on my AK . Im sure a AR grip could also be made permanent pretty easy just make the bolt into a rivet were it passes through the receiver . .

    Honestly I was surprised the AK pistol was legal when I saw one 12 years ago or so . It would suck for me if the status was to change from pistol to some thing else as I hunt a pistol zone .

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    If they truly implement the permanently attached thing for handguns, then a whole lotta folks are going to be affected. The vast majority of Single Action revolvers out there use a screwed on grip frame.

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    Yeah weld up those 1880's Colts who cares. It will only take a minute.

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    No body is sugesting welding up vintage colts. typical twisting an making up of crap that wont happen.

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    I also don't think that these parts need to be permanently attached in the way that a muzzle brake would have to be permanently attached. When you can have a bullet button on a gun to keep in a fixed magazine and get by. the author of the story is the one suggesting that everything has to be welded or some other permanent type situation. Everything else on a gun hand tools is that thing that needs to be used.

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