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Posted: 7/7/2003 4:44:24 PM EDT
has anyone ran into troubles with the stamped caliber mark for (multi calibers) instead of the usual .223 on the lower?
im going to pick mine up tommarrow and my local FFL said that was stamped on them. hoping connecticut isnt to fussy about it on the paper work.
Link Posted: 7/8/2003 5:13:40 AM EDT
Well if you are worried that it's stamped .223/5.56 you shouldn't. They are the same caliber. (Yes Yes Yes I know the difference in the two, the lead is longer in the 5.56 Nato than the .223 Remington but the bullet size is the same.) One is in the Imperial (inches) the other in Metric (milimeter). If you FFL can't figure that out or Conn. laws are to anal...Move to a gun friendly state!!
Link Posted: 7/8/2003 6:02:54 AM EDT
One of the guys that works at my FFL tried telling me that a lower stamped 5.56 was illegal! [rolleyes]
Link Posted: 7/8/2003 6:09:22 AM EDT
it suppose to just say MULTI CALIBER no .233 or anything else. from what he told me.
Link Posted: 7/8/2003 8:07:52 AM EDT
This might help. I found them, you can look them up. This is a bout [url=http://www.cga.state.ct.us/2001/pub/Chap943.htm]"Assault Weapons"[/url]. This one is about [url=http://www.cga.state.ct.us/2001/pub/Title29.htm]Public Safety[/url]. Like I said...Move to a gun friendly state!!
Link Posted: 7/8/2003 10:41:16 AM EDT
If the gun is listed in CGS 53-202a, it cannot be transfered. If it isn't, it can be. -934
Link Posted: 7/8/2003 3:48:40 PM EDT
just want to report i picked them up. 2 thumbs up from just looking at them. but i wont be building them for awile because im buying a S.I.R upper from bushmaster to match the bushmaster lower with skeleton stock i just ordered.
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