Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Orion8472, Aug 12, 2021.
Ship together just not installed
You are good to go.
Some folks insist on shipping them separately out of an abundance of caution.
If you are worried and don't mind the extra packaging and shipping costs then shipping them separately may make you feel better, but isn't actually necessary.
Think machine gun kits, switchblade kits, polymer 80 kits. Unfortunately I cannot see how the same principles will not apply. Considering how easy it is to "manufacture" (manufacture vs manufactured may be a point of contention with you on the losing end) your cartridge handgun I can only guess that at this time they don't have front stuffers with powder puff cartridge cylinders at the top of their priority list.
Just because they choose at the time to ignore it doesn't mean the ax is not still over the shipper's and perhaps your head as well.
This may a be a grey area that has you in front of a liberal judge (current leadership) to decide it. I wouldn't count on a lip service conservative judge either when it comes to firearms and the ATF.
Be safe do not ship together.
Thats my opinion even though I am not a lawyer and as always the best advice should come from a lawyer who knows his/her stuff about firearms law.
Thanks for the input, guys.
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