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Post '86 full-autos for everyone?

Discussion in 'Legal' started by jnojr, Aug 7, 2005.

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  1. jnojr

    jnojr Member

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    How about this?

    Start or buy an existing "SOT". Hire hundreds of THRers at $1 per year as "consultants". Start a group to pool money to have a building, pay salespeople, etc. Maybe there'd even be dividends paid out from profit on sales! But everyone could buy "dealer samples" all day long!

    I'd buy in... :D
     
  2. Hkmp5sd

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    One minor problem...post-86 dealer samples require a letter from a government agency requesting a demonstration of that firearm before ATF will allow you to get one. No letter - no gun.
     
  3. CleverNickname

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    No demo letter required if it's a C2, for post-samples it manufactures.

    I have a feeling that at some point the BATF would refuse to recognize more than a certain number of people as responsible parties of that FFL. If not that, they'd find something else.
     
  4. Nick1911

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    It's a good idea ( I'd be in :D ), but I don't think the ATF would let it stand. Anything that puts more machineguns in civilian, non-law enforcement circulation one way or another would be frowned upon, and stopped.
     
  5. BTR

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    I wish to join also...
     
  6. LAR-15

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    It would not be too hard to find a corrupt chief LEO to sign off on..... :D
     
  7. DeseoUnTaco

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    Yes, a nice idea, obviously we know it won't work for many reasons.

    Someday if I have lots of money I'm going to spend some of it on lobbyists for this one issue, and also on legal fees to fight it in courts. The Robert Stewart case is a great case. I wish I had enough money to send over a team of top lawyers to fight his case.
     
  8. Kurush

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    I have a better idea, how about if you put all that effort and money into getting pro-RKBA legislators elected so we can make meaningful change. Schmoozing public officials into letting you play with their toys through post-sample shenanigans only puts lipstick on the pig.
     
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