Originally Posted by willie
I bought two Remington model 24, 22 cal. rifles yesterday and they both have threaded barrels. I have a friend who believes it is against the law to have a gun with a threaded barrel. They and I both went through the normal legal paper work. Any info appreciated.
Depends on where you live...it is illegal here in NJ to have a threaded barrel unless you permanently affix a muzzle brake to it, no flash hider. Most AR barrels are threaded for flash hiders...not sure why a .22 would be threaded though...
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