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Old May 8th, 2021, 12:14 AM #31
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One wonders at what point a meaningful percentage of peaceable but free men and women will no longer give a flying fvck about what bureaucrats say what and when they say it, and what happens after that point is reached.
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One wonders at what point a meaningful percentage of peaceable but free men and women will no longer give a flying fvck about what bureaucrats say what and when they say it, and what happens after that point is reached.
Meaningful percentage has probably been reached by now, but not many of them are in MD. Location, location . . .
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Old May 8th, 2021, 06:50 AM #34
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Even with the best jig and some experience, it takes most people 4+ hours to finish an 80% into a functional firearm. Someone with an advanced CNC machining center can turn a block into a complete receiver in 15 minutes or less. Hard to believe that anything done by hand with a jig is readily convertible.
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*cough* 30 minutes to machine, 30 to assemble other parts *cough*
I can do them in 30 minutes. Can build an AR from parts in about the same timeframe.

I could probably machine a crude receiver in a couple of hours from a block of metal without a jug. It’d be ugly but it could function.
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Say what?

A functioning firearm sans serial number presents a tangible risk to the public, how exactly?
On the flip side, how does a serial number make it any safer?
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On the flip side, how does a serial number make it any safer?
We only have to go back 80 years for the answer.



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On the flip side, how does a serial number make it any safer?
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Obviously, once it has been used in a crime (which all firearms eventually will be) IT CAN BE TRACED! (Jeez, we wrote "traced" in the upgraded document like a million times. Can you not read ???)
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Obviously, once it has been used in a crime (which all firearms eventually will be) IT CAN BE TRACED! (Jeez, we wrote "traced" in the upgraded document like a million times. Can you not read ???)
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Ah. My bad. Thanks for clearing that up.
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Legislation by regulation. I think its foolish because a court challenge (which would be LAW rather than regulation) could make neither side of an AR type firearm the regulated part.

How many pre-1968 firearms with no serial number are in circulation?

This is simply a feel good piece of fluff with potential to fully backfire on them
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When you catch folks being stupid, and they can not get legislation passed, this proposed change is the result.

This is what they are after. Found the old post lamenting their “problem” with the frame definition. They couldn’t grind the heel like they wanted to.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/10/11/us/ar...nvs/index.html
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F.ing BS! But, not at all surprised. O'BIDEN is gotta run with his stolen power. Well, Barack is running the show.
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