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Discussion in 'AR15 Articles' started by Panteradon, Mar 6, 2019.
Same laws apply.
The same laws that apply to none 80% guns.
You don’t have the ability to read people’s entire post before blasting off, do you? Manners? Not at all. Are you this much of bully in person?
I read fine.
The OP asked, "i have a stripped lower that has never been built into a firearm. Can i legally buy this kit to complete an AR pistol?"
You then answered with incorrect info about buffer tubes. You then doubled down on that with some irrelevant stuff about what they do in Oregon. This is the problem, not the solution.
The problem is when a person does offer wrong information but attempts to correct himself and isn’t allowed to have a conversation about it. I get you’re point, but I’m allowed my point of view and am always transparent when I try to help other members. If my post bug you so much just put me on ignore. Otherwise, if you’re a smart ass to me, I will reply with something smart ass for you. You seem to be lacking some fundamental social skills dude.
Yeah that is what my probation officer says too.
How about dont post if you do not know.......
Other people than yourself have information to share. Sometimes people forget, do post wrong information, but it’s important they correct themselves. As I did. So you’re issues maybe are I worded my correction wrong. Cool. Having a productive conversation about it typically works better than breathing down my neck or acting like a bully.
That would make too much sense.
Having never looked into it before. I was curious what the laws were regarding an 80% lower that AFAIK doesn't have a SN and no-one but the owner knows if it's going to be a pistol, SBR, or a rifle. I guess the next question is what are the laws regarding a non-serialized rifle, pistol, whatever. I know I have an old 22 with no SN but it's exempted. Do you have to put a SN on it? If so who do you HAVE to tell? If anyone.