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Old 05-22-2013, 02:42 PM   #1
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Has anyone not yet pulled out the last strand of their hair understanding and complying with the dictatorial compliance of 922r?
An idea ushered in by the Bush Sr administration and upheld by the BATF today. It is arrogantly akin to one buying a vehicle, and
EVERYONE from 'up on the hill' marching down to your driveway dictating what parts should remain beneath the hood and
what parts should be replaced, giving you a limitation of 10 items.

This video below might help (with two cups of java) get us through this:

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Old 05-23-2013, 04:22 AM   #2
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If your worried about it,and I personally wouldn't be,go buy a set of steel stamps and stamp USA on every part on the gun.
How are they going to prove that the parts are not compliant?

I look at it this way,It's my property that I bought and payed for. I'll put whatever parts/accessories on it that I see fit.
When the Government starts buying me weapons,then they can tell me how they should look!

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I like your style. Straight to the point. Thank you, Tex!

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If your worried about it,and I personally wouldn't be,go buy a set of steel stamps and stamp USA on every part on the gun.
How are they going to prove that the parts are not compliant?

I look at it this way,It's my property that I bought and payed for. I'll put whatever parts/accessories on it that I see fit.
When the Government starts buying me weapons,then they can tell me how they should look!
Exactly!!!!
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