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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 8/13/2001 3:00:16 PM EDT
I just bought a post-ban tele-stock for my post-ban Ar... afterall, I didn't want to break the law. But now i'm beginning to think that maybe I should have just gotten the pre-ban tele-stock. How major of a violation is it to put a pre-ban stock on a post-ban ar, and how the heck would the LEOs find out anyway??? I'm just about out of law school and didn't want to take any risks, but is it really that big of a risk???
Link Posted: 8/13/2001 3:05:40 PM EDT
Soon-to-be-Counselor, if THEY want you, THEY got you! Why risk your license for such a trifle as that? Eric The(AttorneysAre[u]Always[/u]InSomeone'sCrosshairs!)Hun[>]:)]
Link Posted: 8/13/2001 3:16:59 PM EDT
Scipio, Placing a collapsing stock on a post-ban AR-15 results in an unlawfully manufactured Semiautomatic Assault Weapon, and you would then be subject to fines of up to $250,000.00 and imprisonment in a Federal prison for at least five years. The risk is something you'll have to ascertain for yourself, but my only advice will be - DON'T DO IT!
Link Posted: 8/13/2001 4:12:19 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/13/2001 5:48:14 PM EDT
Thanks for all the input so far. I certainly don't want to violate a major law and risk any trouble. It just isn't worth it. In the more than 2 years that i've been in law school, I don't think any professor has even once mentioned the 2nd Amendment or any gun law unless I directly asked a question...and even then they avoid the topic like the plague. Please excuse my lack of knowledge in the gun control field... now that i'm starting to modify and accessorize my existing rifles I should probably become more familiar with this sort of jurisprudence!
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