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Posted: 6/8/2002 8:08:17 AM EDT
How can companies sell these rifles with no paper work? it looks like you get all the parts and someone could just put it together? am I missing something?
Link Posted: 6/8/2002 8:13:54 AM EDT
1991greg,

You get all the parts EXCEPT for the one that is considered the gun itself. With an AR, the part that has the serial number on it is considered the gun and has to be purchased from an ffl. This part is the lower receiver on the AR15. The other stuff can be purchased anyplace because it is just machined parts. I link on the FN FAL, the part that is the gun is the upper receiver.

You can look at it this way. If you have a 20" metal tube, is it a gun? A bin full of parts isn't a firearm. Only the part that makes it all work is considered a firearm. I found it confusing that a RDIAS was considered a machine gun, yet it is just one little tiny part. You can put it in an AR15 and have a registered machine gun...but the machine gun is the RDIAS. The AR15 is just a bunch of parts.
Link Posted: 6/8/2002 8:14:50 AM EDT
No lower reciever, which is the part with the serial number and is considered the actual firearm.

Wasn't that simple?

Link Posted: 6/8/2002 8:43:48 AM EDT
No offense 1911,
but after 708 posts you havent run accross something about parts kits on here or looked in SGN?
Link Posted: 6/8/2002 8:48:06 AM EDT
As the previous posts have mentioned, it's the lower receiver that you've got to purchase separately. Once you've purchase a nice AR-15 lower receiver for yourself, you had ought to check out Sherluk Enterprises, out of the Toledo, Ohio area. They've got the cheapest kits that I've found and use high quality parts as well. They've got a web-site that posts their prices, even though it's not much of a site to look at.
Link Posted: 6/8/2002 10:38:44 AM EDT

Originally Posted By FNFalGuy:
As the previous posts have mentioned, it's the lower receiver that you've got to purchase separately. Once you've purchase a nice AR-15 lower receiver for yourself, you had ought to check out Sherluk Enterprises, out of the Toledo, Ohio area. They've got the cheapest kits that I've found and use high quality parts as well. They've got a web-site that posts their prices, even though it's not much of a site to look at.

Do you have a website?Thanks
Link Posted: 6/8/2002 10:58:42 AM EDT
www.sherluk.com/

They have a lot of different upper configurations they don't list on the web site.

Link Posted: 6/9/2002 5:25:03 PM EDT
so if I found a UZI lower I could buy it and put together the whole gun?
Link Posted: 6/9/2002 6:02:33 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 1911greg:
so if I found a UZI lower I could buy it and put together the whole gun?



If it was in legal configuration (post-ban), Yes.
Link Posted: 6/9/2002 9:08:09 PM EDT
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