I was just reading something that the UNSafe Act puts a ban on all internet sales of firearms, i then went to the Safe Act website and cant find any stating that except for the purchase of "Assault Weapons".
please correct me if im wrong i have a few purchases i want to make in the near future...
buy one of those 80% lowers, which are not considered "firearms" and put on a pistol grip and a stock and a complete upper it is still not a "firearm"......just a collectors showpiece or art or..........something to decorate my office with...but still not a gun.........right?
Messing With The Gun Prohibitionists
What a great idea from Ammoland. I followed it. Unfortunately, my Rep is the notorious turd Nita Lowey so I know it will fall on deaf ears, but why not leverage their technology to help our cause ? Ha ha.
I picked up a 1903A3 today, one of the Rock Ridge rebuilds. REALLY nice gun, I am very impressed, I like the fact that its basically a new gun, with a criterion barrel, and new stock.
Where can I get the correct sling, cleaning kit, and bayonet for this gun?
I came across a local gunshops site and they have listed a few ar-15's and WASR ak-47's for sale and listed as "Safe Act Compliant"
They seem to have the pistol grips removed and replaced with the horizontal grip things.
I was under the impression that just putting on one of these oddball grips...
It's the only semi-auto rifle I can think of that takes 10 rounds that will not accept a detectable mag and is not an AW by NY definition.
(G) PROVIDED, HOWEVER, THAT SUCH TERM DOES NOT INCLUDE:
(I) ANY RIFLE, SHOTGUN OR PISTOL THAT (A) IS MANUALLY OPERATED BY BOLT, PUMP, LEVER OR SLIDE...
About a year and a half ago. I purchased a saiga 7.62x39 rifle brand new. I'm seeing these have really high prices on these now...
I mean don't get me wrong the gun is fun but i'm more of someone who would enjoy a nice shotgun over this style rifle.
With all these possible...