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twa wrote: »
cpj wrote: »
Not a chance, in my opinion will they be grandfathered. Just like the 10-22 stock from a few years back, the one that basically turned a 10-22 into a full auto. ATF first they told the maker it was cool. Then they said its not cool, and can we please have the names of those who bought them.
twa wrote: »
Beginning of the end?http://gunssavelives.net/gun-industry/breaking-atf-issues-new-opinion-letter-stating-that-shouldering-sig-brace-is-illegal/
DanChamberlain wrote: »
The braces won't be illegal, shouldering them will become illegal.
JasonMPD wrote: »
Which will make it a fallacy of law. I can shoulder an AR pistol buffer tube now. Uncomfortable, but doable. That's like selling a mallet and forbidding me from hold it it way up by the hammer's head.
alphasigmookie wrote: »
This opinion appears completely unenforceable. Technically if it were followed as stated what makes it illegal is intent, so it's any "pistol" intended to be shouldered, even if just shouldering the buffer tube.
tubabucknut wrote: »
On the contrary. I believe this is very enforceable, and sadly, may changes the whole dynamic of the AR pistol. Careful in public boys.
Jayhawker wrote: »
I think you're looking for "wanton"...wonton is a Chinese dumpling... other than that...well said!
Teach wrote: »
Dagnabbit, Jayhawker- - - - -ya beat me to it!
Eli wrote: »
The new letter is an BATFE Opinion Letter. It's no more binding than the original letter that said shouldering a Sig Brace was allowed. It is, quite simply, the opinion of whoever was in the office at the time of "mail call". They've made no "official" ruling one way or another.
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