No. if you bought a 80% receiver and built it , its yours until you have a FFL manufacturing license you cannot legally sell it . Even after that it will need engraved with your name , city and stateI thought you had to have a special license to manufacture firearms for sale to others, not 100%.
I think that whole "no serial #" and "80% receiver" is the difference. In your sitch, the AR receiver would have a number already, as per some BS gun control law back in the 60's demands.How is this different then peacing together a ar then deciding you didnt like it and selling it to a friend ?
I am in 100% agreement with '03 here. After the proper research is done those 80% "deals" are not deals at all. OP, it ain't worth you freedom. If you build it, you may wind up having to put in your will that the rifle is to be buried with you, or have a plan in place for it's destruction.I am not a fan of these 80% deals becuase sooner or later someone is going to serve 10 years in Federal Prison and $20,000 Minimum Fine! Aint worth the chance for saving a couple of bucks or having a little fun building. Like it has been mentioned things that can get a good person tripped up. Are manufacturing a weapon without a Federal Manufacturers License, Federal Excise Tax violations, Manufacturers name on the Receiver, Complete Address, Serial Number, Illegal Transfer, FFL License and on and on! If your building them you best count on keeping them forever with out any of the previous mentioned items. And what happens after you are gone? Could it cause future problems for the family? No thanks on my part! Don't need any problems.
Its a 10-22 22 magnum not common. But volquartsen and a few others make legally transferable recievers.With the 10-22 costing so little compared to other .22s, why not buy the original and avoid the hassle?