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Old 12-05-2013, 01:45 AM   #11
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But I bet assembling those pars kits carries fines and other trouble with it.
As long as you had your lower prior to the law being signed you are ok to assemble. The funny part is the jackas$es messed up when they wrote the bill. They never included lowers manufactured prior to 94 nfa. One shop in particular has complete rifles and lowers preban for sale, or on consignment from private sellers. Want to know how much for a stripped lower????
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Everyone sitting down???!! Wait for it.... Wait for it... $1600 for a stripped lower. Yes you saw that right. Sixteen hundred dollars.
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As long as you had your lower prior to the law being signed you are ok to assemble. The funny part is the jackas$es messed up when they wrote the bill. They never included lowers manufactured prior to 94 nfa. One shop in particular has complete rifles and lowers preban for sale, or on consignment from private sellers. Want to know how much for a stripped lower????
Yeah,they never write the laws right.Because the laws are based on "emotion" and are rushed through the assembly and quickly signed by the Governor.
"Feel Good" laws that do absolutely nothing to reduce crime.
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Everyone sitting down???!! Wait for it.... Wait for it... $1600 for a stripped lower. Yes you saw that right. Sixteen hundred dollars.
Holy cow, I'm a multi-thousandair!
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Holy cow, I'm a multi-thousandair!
Possibly... But only if they are pre nfa lowers, and more importantly only if someone buys them.
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Man, thank God I'm in Indiana. They can keep their separate licenses to buy a handgun, long gun, ammo, to carry or transfer, registration of 'assault weapons', registration of mags, fees fees fees....that state is full blown nuts. Someone put up a fence, I don't want that mental logic moving over here infecting things.
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Man, thank God I'm in Indiana. They can keep their separate licenses to buy a handgun, long gun, ammo, to carry or transfer, registration of 'assault weapons', registration of mags, fees fees fees....that state is full blown nuts. Someone put up a fence, I don't want that mental logic moving over here infecting things.
Trust me I feel the same!! That is why in two years we are out of this state!!!
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Step one should be get the hell out of that state.
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As long as you had your lower prior to the law being signed you are ok to assemble.
But since mags aren't all serialized and dated I'm still betting assembling "mag kits" just makes an undeclared mag that is illegal.

Some stupid shiz for sure.
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