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Chick-fill-eh 3 points ago +3 / -0

There's also been cases where a robber fell (or similar) inside the target house and sued for damages and won.

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Chick-fill-eh 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's a .410 not a 12 gauge. I've never shot one, but I'd imagine 44 mag is worse.

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Chick-fill-eh 1 point ago +1 / -0

What's that competitor like? Never seen one before.

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Chick-fill-eh 3 points ago +3 / -0

I doubt homeowners insurance covers burning your own house down though :(

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Chick-fill-eh 1 point ago +1 / -0

Why would they revolt under Obama? We're talking about people with kids, careers, and houses. Their only frame of reference was bushes and Clinton's which weren't that much better.

Now you have a leader showing what America could/should have been, in stark contrast with the growing riots and wanton destruction. The illusion of perpetual prosperity has been shattered. We are perhaps too patient, trusting a system than many are finally realizing is corrupt to the core.

We're not about to throw it all away while Trump is still in control. That's really the final straw. Take that, and we have nothing to lose that isn't already lost.

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Chick-fill-eh 7 points ago +7 / -0

What do you call the millions of patriots stockpiling ammo? Buying armor?

You want us to dance in the street? That doesn't do anything.

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Chick-fill-eh 1 point ago +1 / -0 (edited)

Ah. No, you don't need to provide approval papers on request (for braces or angled foregrips). But if you use it in self defense, and happen to have a DA like Kenosha, they will ask that the NFA examine this SBR, and they will in turn agree with the DA.

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Chick-fill-eh 3 points ago +3 / -0

I mean... You're correct. There isn't a specific law. But there is a 'you will go to jail if you violate our arbitrary and changing rules'. Call that whatever you like, but the outcome is the same.

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Chick-fill-eh 2 points ago +2 / -0 (edited)

If you do something to your car that makes it not street legal, they give you a 'fix it ticket', and you must fix the issue before you are allowed to drive it again. If you violate NFA rules, you go to jail for a decade or more. Cut and dried. No 'oh sorry I didn't know, I'll fix it immediately'.

That is why you ask. There isn't a law that says you must ask for approval. There's common sense that says I don't want to go to jail like those other people.

If I could go to jail for half my life for cutting my exhaust, you bet your ass I would ask the dmv for approval of my modification before I took it into their jurisdiction.

Edit: the NFA is not a 'reasonable person'. Logic does not apply.

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Chick-fill-eh 3 points ago +3 / -0

(and sending your fingerprint to Washington)

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Chick-fill-eh 3 points ago +3 / -0 (edited)

You can build any standard weapon you like. As soon as it becomes an 'nfa item' you must have the appropriate tax stamp and/or approval letter. If this wasn't true, we would have 80% automatic rifles and sub machine guns, due to them being a device you 'built' yourself.

If you carve a hickory pistol brace, you will go to jail for refusing to register your SBR unless you ship the brace to the NFA asking for clarification as to whether your item is a brace or not. Exactly the same as a homebuilt full auto.

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Chick-fill-eh 2 points ago +2 / -0

You missed the requirement for the barrel to be rifled, drastically increasing the cost of short range defense weapons.

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Chick-fill-eh 4 points ago +4 / -0

Much like pistol braces, anything you create is illegal, even if identical. You basically need a product that a company has requested atf approval and has received a letter saying as much.

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Chick-fill-eh 8 points ago +8 / -0

Having a weapon that doesn't destroy your hearing is also illegal.

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Chick-fill-eh 3 points ago +3 / -0 (edited)

Is that an equality thing? Or a marketing thing (look! These thug beat a woman!)

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Chick-fill-eh 1 point ago +1 / -0

Absolutely. Worst of all, they didn't even win the be popular vote in 2016 if you believe that all the illegals on the voter rolls shouldn't count.

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