Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by husker, Feb 19, 2009.
and check your SN
mh086020 was the last pre-ban gun in that series that colt made. so if your SN is lower than that (e.g. mh086019) then it's pre-ban. if it's higher (e.g. mh086021) then it's post-ban.
as jeff implies, it doesn't matter anymore in free-states.
i'm just passing along info from that site. call colt and ask them before you do anything that might be illegal. it's not my fault if the info on that site is incorrect.
Careful now Jeff. Wouldn't want this thread locked.....
Does it have evil features:
Will this firearm accept a rifle grenade ?
Does it have a 'protruding' pistol grip?
If answered yes on the above question:
Can it be fired rapidly from the hip?
Will this rifle accept magazines over 2 1/2 rounds?
Does the stock collapsed so concealment in your coat is possible?
Is this assault rifle black?
Does you rifle hide the 'flash'?
Are all these features a cosmetic waste of legislation?/
Yes Most definitely
If you answered yes to Three of the following, you can drop you assault weapon off at the local police department where it can be disposed of properly.
Unless you live in New York, California or another state that has some version of the 1994 AWB in state law, it doesn't mean anything to you. There may be some collector value, but I wouldn't know anything about that.
On September 14 2004 the Federal AWB died a natural death. May we cut off it's head and stake it into the ground with an oak stave so it never rises again....
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