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Old 11-25-2012, 03:33 PM   #21
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according to what i have read in the past about building your own firearm and using 80% recievers is that the person who is the final recipeint of that firearm has to to the work themselves. they may recieve instruction and guidance, but must do the work themselves for it to be legal.

now if done on an automated CNC lathe or milling machine, i have to question whether the person is actually doing the work or is the machine?
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according to what i have read in the past about building your own firearm and using 80% recievers is that the person who is the final recipeint of that firearm has to to the work themselves. they may recieve instruction and guidance, but must do the work themselves for it to be legal.

now if done on an automated CNC lathe or milling machine, i have to question whether the person is actually doing the work or is the machine?
So if the machine performs many operations the operator has to pick what operation it will perform. So it would come down to who picks the path for the machine to perform such a task. They would be the maker.
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So if the machine performs many operations the operator has to pick what operation it will perform. So it would come down to who picks the path for the machine to perform such a task. They would be the maker.
If I were the judge, I would agree. Unfortunately, I don't have any say in the matter. It is what Obama wants it to be at the moment, and right now, he does'nt want to get impeached.
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My last Machinist job I worked with a guy that would buy partial finished 1911 frames and finish them into working 1911a1 pistols. Since the frames weren't finished there was no law prohibiting their purchase through the mail, no FFL needed. Long as he doesn't sell them he can make and keep all that he wants.
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You can buy an 80% lower and do the same thing yourself with a drill press and a few clamps.
From the video and from the words of the person interviewed, it would appear that's exactly what was clamped into the jig.
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