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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 3/10/2002 8:56:44 AM EST
having to register it? Before I thought that the fram had to be registered, but in shotgun new the other day(I think it was shotgun news) there was an add for "1911 frames, no FFL needed." I always thought that it was the frame you were not able to get ahold of when it come to handguns and the recievers when it comes to rifles.
Link Posted: 3/10/2002 9:01:33 AM EST
Those frames are not finished, look closely and you will see that they are %80 machined but need holed drilled and more machining steps needed that I am not familiar with. I don't know the rules on completeing one yourself either though I assume you would need some class of ffl to do it so you can register it.
Link Posted: 3/10/2002 9:02:51 AM EST
It would have to be an unfinished frame. Less than 80% complete is not a "firearm". It will also depend on your state laws. Take a look at some of the unfinished frames on William Snelling's site www.tanneryshop.com Hit the "products" icon. He does mostly AR, 1911 and a few Sig pistol frames & slides.
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