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Posted: 12/30/2003 7:16:43 AM EDT
where do we stand?

curious to know if anyone has actaully sumitted a form to the BATF, and what, if any thier response was.. I doubt they will let it go thru .. thats why im curious to what the response if any, was .

a summery of what I know about the ruling:

applies only to homemade MG..
applies only to the 9th court service area.
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thats it.. thats all I know.. has anything been resolved, any dept been sued .
I NEED an update..
my babies need homemade auto sears!!!!!!!
< legally of-course >


I and my AR15 that wants to play "full-auto" .. thank you.
Link Posted: 12/30/2003 1:04:56 PM EDT
it would not fly with the atf
Link Posted: 12/30/2003 1:11:27 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/30/2003 1:12:02 PM EDT by cluster]
thanks..

thats what I would expect...

now wasnt there a group somewhere that was going to sumit a form 1 just to GET the denial ... then sue?

any word on that?

Link Posted: 12/30/2003 1:25:14 PM EDT
I thought that in order to be covered under the ruling, the MG had to be constructed totally from within the state.  That way it can't fall under interstate commerce laws.

Since I live in Illinois and my Bushmaster is mfg'd in Maine, I am still screwed at least 3 ways...
Link Posted: 12/30/2003 1:31:34 PM EDT
but since < in my mind > a DIAS [red]CAN[/REd] be constructed completly in state and since THAT IS the MG you would be good to go..  < since the DIAS is the entire MG in the eyes of the ATF.. and that can be done all in state>

or at least im hoping thats what this ends up meaning...

I know a complete rifle would not be posiple.. but I believe the door is open for sears...

Link Posted: 12/30/2003 1:44:42 PM EDT
the laws that prohibit the NEW manufacture of an Mg are federal laws and supercede the state level laws
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