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Posted: 9/19/2003 3:24:21 AM EDT
In a pawn shop here in town they mostly deal in guns. They buy part sets and put them together and sell them. Well he has a light weight pre ban upper on a post ban lower. All he did was to grind off the lug and then he cut off the flash hider just below the ports. Is this legal? He wont's like $560.00 for it.
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 3:31:55 AM EDT
Unless he did something about the threads on the barrel, it would still be a no no. If he replaced the flash hider and permanently attached a compensator, that would be fine. Who manufactured the lower? and what parts did he use to make the rifle? I might be a little leary of the whole package just from a quality perspective.
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 3:37:41 AM EDT
It's a good oly complete lower but I didn't see any weld on the rest of the flash hider to keep it from being screwed off.
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 6:44:25 AM EDT
Just curious, why pay some dude to assemble a parts kit when you can assemble the parts kit. You will be able to make exactly what you want, plus you will have the satisfaction of doing it yourself. Ghost
Link Posted: 9/19/2003 7:38:41 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Ghost-Shooter: Just curious, why pay some dude to assemble a parts kit when you can assemble the parts kit. You will be able to make exactly what you want, plus you will have the satisfaction of doing it yourself. Ghost
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I agree. BL, just get a lower receiver and a kit and assemble it yourself.
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