Demilled reweld, laws that show its legal.

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  1. Trlsmn

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    Demilled reweld, laws that show its legal. I'm working on a PS43 reweld and I have a block head at work that can't get it through his thick scull that it is legal for me to rebuild this receiver as a private party.

    Anyone have links to the laws showing this legal, maybe an ATF letter?
     
  2. wayoutwest

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  3. drew

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  4. HuckFin

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    I just got my m64 ak reweld back from Matt @ My Guns NW. Talent Or. He does excellent work by the way.. but be prepared for a long wait.
     
  5. coop44

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    It will have to comply with 922r and of course be semi auto, enough to comply with batf standards. Basically made in such a manner that it cannot be easily returned to full auto. Most guys mark their recievers with name, date, and "homebuilt"
     
  6. Stomper

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    I'm building a couple Sterling "SMG's" from cut up receivers, and its perfectly legit. They will be permanently converted to closed-bolt semi-auto fire only, of course.

    BTW... WTH are you telling any of the meatheads at your job what you're doing? I never discuss anything concerning my private life (other than, wife, number of kids and pets) for this very reason.
     
  7. drew

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    I talk about guns with a couple other people at work. Not sure if it's the brightest thing to do. They mentioned my name in defending the number of guns they own to some other coworkers.:(
     

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