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Sort of says it all. What wheelguns would you like that simply are not made?
I'll get the party started:
A double-action, top-break in a relatively common centerfire caliber. (There is a crazy expensive modern Webley and there was a Russian prototype that never made it in. Ditto a...
So, I am working on another NFA Form 1 project. One of the steps, of course, is engraving the Trust information on said. I'll likely take it to a local shop as I've done in the past, or send off the part to a firm that specializes in said.
That said, out of curiosity I looked into what that...
So, I'm thinking of acquiring a Remington V3 TAC13 for the basis of a Form 1 project. I've googled it a bit, but am not finding ready answers. On that point a couple questions:
I'm not up on all things Remington, so what action is this based on? I can't imagine they built one just for this...
So, I've got a hankering for another NFA project. It has been too long since the last one. Said last one was a dumpster-fire, process-wise (thank you 41F), but that is another topic.
The main interest at the present is adding a machine-gun to the stable. I found a great one here that fits...
bonnie paker was a smurf
can't keep my hands to myself
cigars and scatterguns
funky friends and martinis
kick'n it old school
let me kick it like it's 1986
whip it good
One of the handy things with having an NFA trust was I could Form 1 projects on eforms. I did two SBRs and a SBS via that system and it worked pretty well. With 41F, alas, it went away.
I just read, however, that it is now back. The only caveat is that the fingerprint cards have to be...
The BATFE is soliciting comments on a proposed rule on bump stocks. The Federal Register entry and a place to make comment can be found here. It looks like today is the last day to post a comment. Just thought I'd pass it along.