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machine gun question

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Brockak47, Aug 15, 2011.

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  1. Brockak47

    Brockak47 Member

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    So i guess you have to be 21 to buy a machine gun, i am 19, is there anyway to get around it, like can i create a corporation, and list myself in it, and buy the item through the corporation? the item i am looking at is an FNC sear, i would be buying it for investment.

    basically is it possible for me to do this? thanks guys/gals
     
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  2. Strykervet

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    In a couple of years, yeah.

    State law often allows ways around this, but federal law?

    For a definitive answer, a call to the ATF technology branch will usually do the job.
     
  3. Brockak47

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    well i could always have my dad buy it and sell it to me when i am of age, But i would essentially have to pay the 200 dollar stamp twice right?
     
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    Create a trust and the trust owns the item. Any trustee can possess the item PROVIDED state and federal law don't disallow it. Check your state laws.
     
  5. Brockak47

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    Medalguy i am going to read into that tomorrow, if that works, thank you and the lord lol.
    thanks so much
     
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