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Old August 23rd, 2018, 11:19 AM #21
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Again, for the new people here.

The first question you have to answer is.
"Am I an person who can legally purchase, own or possess a handgun?" If "yes", legal.
If the answer is "no". 80% are illegal for you.
Second, "Are you making it for personal use?
Answer ,"no". Illegal
Or "with the intent of selling it?"
Answer "yes" illegal.

Sticky this please.
The point is after you have finished your 80% project. Most handgun laws are applicable. Serial#'s are optional, unless you decide after to sell it.
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Old August 23rd, 2018, 11:28 AM #22
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I just sent Norton a message asking him if he would let me throw together a stickied omni-thread for these topics. If he's good with that, I'll get it going.
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I plan to make them and keep them if I do more then one which is likely
will serial number them if possible with my info on them
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I plan to make them and keep them if I do more then one which is likely
will serial number them if possible with my info on them
It's a grey area ,that can be hard to find answers to. I have guys at work that swear I'm breaking the law. They are actually worried about me. I hope we can consolidate a lot of stuff into a stickey.
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It's a grey area ,that can be hard to find answers to. I have guys at work that swear I'm breaking the law. They are actually worried about me. I hope we can consolidate a lot of stuff into a stickey.
So, I was thinking about the serialization thing, and there's an argument to be made that, if you think the MD GA is gonna ban ghost guns, you should serialize your guns right now before they get around to that.

Reason is, right now, you pick your own serial, and you don't need to tell the ATF or MSP. So you de facto still have your ghost gun (because the serial leads nowhere), and dodge the probable reporting of that serial to the MSP (which I strongly suspect will be a component of the law).

Right now, as far as I can tell, I could just punch the numbers 1 through 3 into my three P80 builds and I would be good to go.
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polymer80 is releasing their 20/21 frame in Oct. If you want a .45acp or 10mm your opportunity is coming
Where can one find confirmation of this? I did a quick Google search and didn't find anything.
A P80 Glock 20 will get me into the game.
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Don't own a soul destroyer... Wonder how polymer holds up under 45ACP?

I guess if Glock offers the G21, the question has been answered.

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So, I was thinking about the serialization thing, and there's an argument to be made that, if you think the MD GA is gonna ban ghost guns, you should serialize your guns right now before they get around to that.

Reason is, right now, you pick your own serial, and you don't need to tell the ATF or MSP. So you de facto still have your ghost gun (because the serial leads nowhere), and dodge the probable reporting of that serial to the MSP (which I strongly suspect will be a component of the law).

Right now, as far as I can tell, I could just punch the numbers 1 through 3 into my three P80 builds and I would be good to go.
probably gonna do my name or initials and a low number or single one just to identify as mine

and hopefully laser engraved
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Is it time for a stickied thread on building your own Glock? I'd be happy to run that show, I've built enough of them by now.
Yes. I have the 80% frame but my skills is small. I'm not an experienced drill press user and I have no mill. I know I can do it. (Yahoos on YouTube can do it.) But I would really appreciate a decent guide to the actual process.

If there's someone in AA County who can help me with the first, I'll buy the pizza and beer.
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thanks guys...more money to spend, been looking at the "poly" guns
in the 1911 thing at the moment, more projects, been following some
building over at Calguns and another forum....looks like time to acquire
some parts.....again...the mill is on hold again it seems...


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