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  1. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Rereading the Safe act over and over, it is still somewhat confusing as not every version I find is truly updated correctly, yet. One area that I find in the new stuff that is pretty clear, is that the "thumbhole stock" makes a semi automatic rifle an assault weapon, if it has a detachable mag...
  2. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    Would I be correct on saying that a thumbhole stock would mean that there would be a HOLE in the stock though both sides for a thumb to access and wrap around the grip? I'm looking for a legal definition of a thumbhole stock.
  3. Rifles
    Okay, so, is a thumbhole stock still legally a thumbhole stock, if you cut the top off of it? It technically wouldn't be a hole anymore, and it wouldn't be a pistol grip because the grip wouldn't protrude under the stock. This is what I have in mind. I want to convert my Saiga, but I don't want...
  4. Shotguns
    Anyone use - like / dislike this config ? Love my thumbhole small bores , but not sure how it will feel with a 12 G. RT
  5. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    i feel stupid asking this but i tried reading the bill and i just dont understand it . there is mention of thumbhole stocks so my question is does that mean bolt guns or my 10/22 are now considered assault weapons because they have thumbhole stocks ?
  6. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    So I have to rifles that it is my understanding would be registrable assault weapons... would installing a thumbhole stock or one like this THE FEATURELESS REVOLUTION HAS BEGUN!! - keep me from having to register it?
  7. The AR-15
    I wonder if a thumbhole stock would make the evil gun less evil?
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