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  • What'd I get wrong about the '86 ban? Have select fire lowers gone up even more?
    1Tonka_Truck
    1Tonka_Truck
    I did fuck up with starting off with the word manufacture. I did know about SOT, but didn't not realize there were different classes. That's basically how I understood demonstrators to work, maybe I didn't say it correctly. That price guide shows average price for an AR-15 at around $20,000. Ouch.

    Anyway, I appreciate the response. I'm a slow learner, but I try.
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    there are SOTs for many industries: petroleum refining, the nuclear industry, alcohol import/export, schedule 1 drug manufacturing, et c. it is a tax classification that defines a taxable product or activity that is not easily taxed due to the nature of the product or the nature of the activity.
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    for machineguns, a manufacturer is not taxed on the manufacture of the product (excise tax), or the use of the product (use tax), and sales tax doesn't exist except at the state level. yet a tax stamp is required to be collected. ergo, the dealer gets a SOT in order to legally collect that $200 tax on behalf of the treasury department from the buyer.
    suggest me a good muzzle brake for an AR15 that also fits a can. I mean I uh want to impress my cat and stuff <_</
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    there's really only three major types out there for a compensated muzzle device that's suppressor-ready: KAC, AAC, or Surefire. and even then, each is largely proprietary. if you have an existing suppressor, your manufacturer might have a recommendation. others, like Silencerco offer a QD system where you can customize the brake to fit a particular suppressor (the MAAD Cap can fit AAC or Saker suppressors).
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    otherwise most manufacturers have their own attachment method that is shared among their own product line. i've had good experience with KAC and Surefire suppressors and muzzle devices, the M4QD and NT4 QDSS in particular.
    Strange question my friend and OG operator. I know you mentioned some FFLs in your belt, if someone is over seas and legal what's my deal mailing them a fire arm?
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    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    IIRC i'm assuming you're exporting from the US to whereever. importing into the US is handled differently and requires a licensed importer, a DoS exemption, and the receiver in the US needs to fill out a Form 6.
    Bassomatic
    Bassomatic
    Gosh. thank you sir for the info. I made the horrid idea thinking 2 months and towards a legal gun owning vet would be enough but this sounds like. skip it and send them some BBQ sauce instead lol.
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    note that BATFE form 6 can be filled out at US consulates and if acquired while overseas, if that firearm is legal to possess in their state of residence, they might be able to have an approved form in hand and just fly back with it.

    i've done this with some firearms and ammunition, notably a revolver.
    You know constitutional law as well as firearms, if I had a sister I'd make her marry you. I just wanted to remind you you are both a hero and scholar. Oh and I really enjoy your posts.
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    my posts seem to annoy several people that are relatively entrenched in their ideology or are dismissive of other's experiences. the best sign that you're getting an unpopular point listened to is how uncomfortable you make other people.
    Hey buddy, I asked our black powder pro and they gave some advice but I'd like to ask winning with vinning, I'm following a reloading guide and having shit results. Can you offer some advice aside don't be a faggot and just punch a black bear to death?
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    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    i should also mention: if you're loading BP weapons:
    1. make sure your rated for the powder to be used
    2. use the correct ball size for your bore
    3. chainfires are a thing, use bore butter, grease, lard, or a wad to cap off the ball
    4. tamp down on a ball after loading - if your rod doesn't bounce, your ball isn't fully seated on the powder charge.
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    5. store your BP weapons with grease or oil. blow all that out with a wipe down and firing a cap through the empty chambers
    6. after loading up a chamber, IN A SAFE DIRECTION, make sure to seat the cap on the nipple so that they aren't going to fall off with recoil.
    Bassomatic
    Bassomatic
    Just wanted to again thank you for the advice. I am going to try 400 loads again, 350s were a dream! Buying a house has ruined my shooting hobby for a bit. Thank you again for the awesome advice.
    What's your perspective on what will likely happen to our second amendment rights at the current time?
    Just curious.
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    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    probably a few things at a state level. some states may use a gut and amend strategy or emergency legislation.

    i predict nothing will happen at a national level with the exception of perhaps some meaningless efforts like lumping trigger activators in with machinegun conversion parts.

    it would take a new amendment to do anything about the 2nd.
    The Sourdough Region
    The Sourdough Region
    Thanks for that man. It's been a rough week.
    Given that my state is now majority Dem, I might be looking into a SIG P220 instead of that M1917.
    Trying not to crowd the thread with off topic posts, remember NBC's David Gregory bringing in 30 round magazines banned into DC so he could show them off during some bullshit? And DC police, despite being present at the event, said they didn't arrest him, didn't plan to arrest him, despite multiple officers first hand seeing the illegal to possess in DC magazine.
    Super jelly on your carries. What kind of P7? My pop's has 2 a nickel m10 .40 and a p7m8 a former NJSP gun that he dailies. Exquisite little pistols!
    Club Sandwich
    Club Sandwich
    it is a mid-80's PSP; i have an M8 as well, but that's a bit too valuable to carry. the M10 i found to be a little much in a small steel pistol - .40 is a bit snappy, much like a PM in 9x18 or some of the Bersa aluminum framed .380's. snappy guns are annoying to shoot for many, and annoying to shoot means not enough practice.
    M
    First off, hi and welcome. Second, it was pretty much a joke, and actually I used to live ten minutes from The Gun Room and now I want a Nations Fiesta Burger and a piece of banana cream pie, you jerk!
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