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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by k_semler, Jun 23, 2006.

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  1. k_semler

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    http://www.thehomegunsmith.com/ Please obey all federal, state, and local laws before construction of any firearms.

    I highly suggest printing everything off of this site you possibly can. Who knows how long it will be available, and information is a very desirable commodity. Keep at least 7 copies. One printed and stored off site, one copy in digital format in a seperate location, one copy printed for local storage, one copy in digital format stored at location of cache, one copy stored digitally on location, and one copy stored in print medium on site, and one coipy for immediate access. You'll need a 2" binder for each location and a vacuum bag.

    Be careful now. ( I don't feel like a legal disclaimer today, just use common sense, OK?)
     
  2. Cromlech

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    I would advise people to be wary, although technically it is just academic information until you use it!



    On a side note:


    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Better luck next time U.K Legal system!
    I wondered how long it would be until this guy got back in the game!

    *Evil Childish Giggles* :evil:
     
  3. Boom-stick

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    it was done many moons ago:neener:
     
  4. taliv

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    since it's illegal to actually build those where he lives, how does he know any of his designs actually work? has anyone actually fired one?
     
  5. Inti

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    I do believe he went to jail for making one of his designs.
     
  6. Cromlech

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Yeah, he was jailed for four years. The prosecution believed him to be a mentally unstable menace to society.

    The two prison psychiatrists and the prison Chaplain disagreed funnily enough, they found him to be very well adjusted.
     
  7. taliv

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    heh, so did he get to shoot it before they locked him up?
     
  8. Kurush

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    It's just plans for a tube gun, big hairy deal.
     
  9. Cromlech

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    There are a few different designs for basic shotguns and sub-machineguns et cetera. It is legal to posess these blueprints for academic reasons, but to build one of the designs? Boy, will you get in serious trouble here in the U.K.

    There have been rapists who end up serving less time than P.A Luty did for making one or two firearms (He never used them in any crime either.
     
  10. Kurush

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    I was responding to the breathless exhortations to make 7 copies and bury them in the woods et cetera. Some may consider such diagrams risque but they are actually very simple and not rare or valuable.

    By the way, from reading the notice page, am I to understand that it is illegal to reload ammunition in the UK?
     
  11. taliv

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    heck, 2-ply toilet paper gets you on the watch list over there... i don't know why reloading would be legal
     
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