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Posted: 4/12/2006 8:00:03 AM EDT
I have a really interesting situation, so I thought I'd remedy it before it becomes an issue. I live in WA state, but am currently residing in UT for school. I will be returning shortly, and I just ordered a Polish UF kit that came with everything, including the original FCG. I counted and compared the 3 pins that came in the kit, and they look the same to me, but I am no expert. Washington has a law that prohibits the sale or shipping (maybe possesion too??) of firearms parts that are exclusively for Machine guns. I would imagine the FA parts and the third pin qualify, so I was planning on selling these/trading them before I left. So, do I need to find out which pin is the "evil one," or do I just need to get rid of one of the pins and the other FA pieces and call it good? You guys are a great source of knowledge, so that's why I ask. Thanks.
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Link Posted: 4/12/2006 9:26:28 AM EDT
Axis pins are all the same.
Link Posted: 4/12/2006 11:09:15 AM EDT
Okay, so I can just sell/get rid of one axis pin (or keep it as "spare parts" for another sporting rifle build), and ditch the other FA only parts. That was what I needed to know. See, I knew lots of people on ARFcom would know.
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