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Possibly. Although the GOA representative isn't the only one discussing this.26 USC 5848 covers the whole "self-incriminating" paperwork stuff. 88 days may be a myth based on the FBI open BG check deletion thing. ATF agent present at SHOT show may not have the right info or knowledge, she isn't a lawyer who has memorized every iota of ATF regulations
Edit. They did provide "4 routes" to be "legal"..
1. Comply and register with either free tax stamp or pay $200 tax stamp and don't worry 1 bit
2. Put a 16"+ barrel on and swap for real stock
3. Remove or destroy brace, keep firearm otherwise same
4. Turn in firearm or destroy it.
You do whatever you want. There are more than 1 lawsuit relating to this already filed so it'll be interesting to see how things go
Regardless, let's say for now the 88 day rule is a myth or really isn't going to be an issue.
The real issue is compliance. People continue to give these monkeys power by complying.
To each their own. I dont anticipate changing minds, nor is that my goal. I'll do me and the rest the like. I hold no judgment against anyone.