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Old 12-30-2012, 11:18 PM   #61
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FYI sarco had some 1911 kits from rock island a month ago. I bought 3 then. Pretty nice only finish and parts fitting was required. Cost $210 per kit without the frame. They had a good selection of option parts to go on them...

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I'm considering ordering an 80% lower from Ares Armor. They actually have one that is already anodized, so no need for that. I would trust that if they're selling them, and advising on how to finish them, it's legal. I have not seen it mentioned here that you CANNOT transfer in any way. I saw someone mentioned selling it, but you also cannot GIVE or GIFT it. EVER. Also apparently, Ares Armor partners with a machine shop where you go there, clamp your lower in a CNC mill, and push the GO button. That counts as you doing it yourself.
I went and did a little research as well... and found out the same. Garage guns are fine but thwy are yours. No transfer no gifting no nothing. It is yours only
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I'm just thinking if I get pulled over with one and worst case, officer looks at the firearm with no serial number...if the firearm does not have a serial number I thought that was a federal offense . I could be wrong but thanks guys
It a federal offense to modify an existing serial number "filing off".
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FYI sarco had some 1911 kits from rock island a month ago. I bought 3 then. Pretty nice only finish and parts fitting was required. Cost $210 per kit without the frame. They had a good selection of option parts to go on them...
Yeah I just went on there to look and they are sold out and raised the price $30. Look like good kits though
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Yeah I just went on there to look and they are sold out and raised the price $30. Look like good kits though
Yeah they built up nice. Keep checking back, they have had them in and out of stock before.

They also sell the rock island frames. Have to phone about them and trans to ffl. But less than 90 bucks each when i bought mine.
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would anybody be interested in build party's in Orange County ca if so call me
(949)254-0172 also was wondering if there was any interest in anodizing after the milling has been done

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Too bad I'm on the Right Coast, or I'd be interested.

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Same here... wrong coast

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Midwest here but ditto the above.

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Midwest here but ditto the above.
Where in the Midwest? I just left wisconsin a few months ago
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