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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by ef9turbo, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. 338Shooter

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    You could also have the dealer or a buddy hold on to the upper while you wait for the stamp if you find a good deal. Or you could buy a virgin receiver and built it into a pistol and shoot it without a stock until your stamp comes in. Then slap on a stock and boom, SBR.
     
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    It is Constructive Possession, not Constructive Intent. Contructive Intent is a commonly misused term.
     
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    The only ones I've seen usually have the "trust" engraved on the receiver. How does an individual sell a weapon like this, or can it be sold. How does that work?
     
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    The person who has their trust or individual name engraved on the receiver built the SBR on a Form 1 and hence they are the maker of the Title 2 firearm just as Colt, Bushmaster, etc.. was the manufacturer of the Title 1 firearm that was SBR'd. Makers/manufacturers are required to engrave their info on the firearm. If the individual/trust wants to sell the firearm it would simply transfer out on a Form 4. The markings remain as they were still the maker of the Title 2 firearm.

    For example, Remington made my 870 and has their info on the receiver. I filed a Form 1 to make it an SBS and my info is engraved on there as well. If I were to sell it to you we would fill out a Form 4 and transfer when it is approved. No other engraving would be required.
     
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    That make sense. You're never too old to learn new stuff.

    Thanks
     
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    Same goes if you have an AK parts kit around that still has the full-auto trigger group with it if you also have an AK receiver around.
     
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    Semantics dude, seriously. Is it really that important to use the exact term from the law? Or will people get the point? Is this a "I know more about BATFE" pissing match?
    The definitions of the two are exactly the same: The power to control without actual possession.
     
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    I am in no pissing match with you and I apologize if I offended you in any way. I was just trying to keep folks from perpetuating incorrect terms. I actually do believe it is important to use the exact term from the law and I see so much incorrect info posted in regards to NFA stuff that I am just trying to help.

    Since you seem to have a personal problem with me I will not bother to respond to any more posts you make.
     
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    Sorry. A month of sleepless nights from a newborn and other daily frustrations took control of the words I used.

    I agree, the term used in the law is most likely best, but it is semantical.
     
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    :kiss: No problem. I understand (I have a sick wife and 9 year old daughter right now).

    I am going to be taking a break from the site for a while though. It just isn't as enjoyable as it was years ago.
     

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