Were I to build a kit from a milled parts kit, what receiver should I use?
Can parts kits that were originally on a milled receiver, be adapted to use one of the stamped receivers?
Well crap, crappity, crap-crap.
Thanks for the info.
Why not just get a milled reciver from
I just ordered mine today....
The only thing I have heard negative about the firingline recivers is that the engraved eagle on the side bothers some....Nothing eles
Lets see...6 C-notes for ORF or same quaility from FL for 289.00
Anyone know if it's legal to fill in and remove the Firing Line Eagle logo? I'm not talking about touching the serial number, just the logo.
Unless it is a Title 2 firearm, everything can go except the serial number. Your state or local laws may differ.
For Title 1 (non-NFA firearms), the following is unlawful:
18 USC Sec. 922
It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly to transport,
ship, or receive, in interstate or foreign commerce, any firearm
which has had the importer's or manufacturer's serial number
removed, obliterated, or altered or to possess or receive any
firearm which has had the importer's or manufacturer's serial
number removed, obliterated, or altered and has, at any time, been
shipped or transported in interstate or foreign commerce.
For Title 2 (NFA) firearms:
26 USC Sec. 5861
Identification of firearms other than destructive devices
Each manufacturer and importer and anyone making a firearm shall
identify each firearm, other than a destructive device,
manufactured, imported, or made by a serial number which may not be
readily removed, obliterated, or altered, the name of the
manufacturer, importer, or maker, and such other identification as
the Secretary may by regulations prescribe.
It shall be unlawful for any person -
(g) to obliterate, remove, change, or alter the serial number
or other identification of a firearm required by this chapter; or
(h) to receive or possess a firearm having the serial number or
other identification required by this chapter obliterated,
removed, changed, or altered; or
(i) to receive or possess a firearm which is not identified by
a serial number as required by this chapter
Non-NFA marking requirements
NFA marking requirements
For non-NFA firearms, it is unlawful to remove the serial number. No prohibition is made on the removal of other required markings. For NFA firearms, not only is the removal of the serial number prohibited, but also the removal of other required markings.