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    I thought this would work too, but I talked to...

    I thought this would work too, but I talked to someone who had tried to get this to work, but couldn't. I think he had problems with the lamps staying in place (the lamps normally used for sights...
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    My idea for accomplishing the tritium/f.o. front:...

    My idea for accomplishing the tritium/f.o. front: https://pistol-forum.com/showthread.php?16778-FO-Tritium-Sights-Idea

    I've since talked to Tooltech a couple of times, and they can definitely...
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    I thought that the move to a coil spring was a...

    I thought that the move to a coil spring was a potential improvement because the leaf spring is one of the parts that I've seen fail on multiple occasions that potentially deadlines the gun.
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    I don't know why it took Leupold so long to...

    I don't know why it took Leupold so long to combine the firedot with some type of usable holdover reticle in this scope. I wish they had stuck with red illumination though, I've heard several...
  5. Right, this is just a guidance document, but it...

    Right, this is just a guidance document, but it goes beyond any prior interpretation of "manufacturing" from the Department of State. The article linked in the first post is a good summary of the...
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    Agreed. Personally, I'll give up the tenth...

    Agreed.

    Personally, I'll give up the tenth (if that) speed benefit of using front cocking serrations for the safety benefit of keeping my hand farther away from the muzzle. If you shoot a...
  7. It's not just about exporting. The AECA/ITAR...

    It's not just about exporting. The AECA/ITAR apply to manufacturing of "defense articles" within the US.
  8. It was recodified in a new section, but I think...

    It was recodified in a new section, but I think it is substantially unchanged:

    (a) An end-item is a system, equipment, or an assembled article ready for its intended use. Only ammunition or fuel...
  9. "Nonautomatic and semi-automatic firearms to...

    "Nonautomatic and semi-automatic firearms to caliber .50 inclusive"

    "A firearm is a weapon not over .50 caliber (12.7 mm) which is designed to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive or...
  10. Those definitions have since been amended. ...

    Those definitions have since been amended.

    Category I—Firearms, Close Assault Weapons and Combat Shotguns
    (a)Nonautomatic and semi-automatic firearms to caliber .50 inclusive (12.7 mm) . . ....
  11. ITAR registration and licensing as an FFL are two...

    ITAR registration and licensing as an FFL are two different things. "Manufacturing" a "defense article" just also happens to be one of the triggers for registration under the Arms Export Control Act...
  12. That's not what this DDTC document says. If you...

    That's not what this DDTC document says. If you thread a single barrel for profit, the DDTC thinks you need to register.
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    In my experience, (I've only been in ILA for six...

    In my experience, (I've only been in ILA for six years) we don't write off any states, especially California where we still have a lot of members and gun owners. You have to keep in mind that the...
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    How about having your home seized because your...

    How about having your home seized because your son sold $40 worth of drugs just outside of the home? http://ij.org/case/philadelphia-forfeiture/
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    Why have civil asset forfeiture in cases where...

    Why have civil asset forfeiture in cases where you have personal jurisdiction over the individual(s) who allegedly committed the crime? The initial justification for civil forfeiture in admiralty...
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    Since the Supreme Court's decision in Staples v....

    Since the Supreme Court's decision in Staples v. United States, 511 U.S. 600 (1994), every prosecution under 26 U.S.C.A. § 5861(d) has required proof of possession with knowledge of the prohibited...
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    Rich, Since the confusion in this thread is my...

    Rich,

    Since the confusion in this thread is my fault, I started a whole new thread directly on the issue of constructive possession and firearms law.

    To answer your question, as DMF13 pointed...
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    Ok, I'll be more clear: I've always...

    Ok, I'll be more clear:



    I've always thought that this is an area of federal law that is likely to cause problems with the recent surge in AR "pistol" popularity. If an AR that was...
  19. It's state law dependent, and even in some states...

    It's state law dependent, and even in some states where money isn't supposed to go directly to the department, local departments get around the state prohibition by using federal civil forfeiture...
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    "Constructive Possession" and "Firearms"

    Due to some confusion I caused in this thread, now that I'm back to a real computer, I thought I would start a new thread to clear up some of the confusion on the application of the doctrine of...
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    Dude, you're clearly not paying enough attention...

    Dude, you're clearly not paying enough attention in the other thread. If he is carrying the pistol, then it's actual possession. ;)
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    ATF does have a later ruling saying that pistol...

    ATF does have a later ruling saying that pistol to rifle to pistol is ok, but rifle to pistol is not ok because it would be a weapon made from a rifle.
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    Also, my point in defending people who use...

    Also, my point in defending people who use "constructive possession" in this sense is that in determining whether the thing possessed is actually an SBR, SBS, or AoW, the test that the court applies...
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    I agree that I misread Kent, but after rereading...

    I agree that I misread Kent, but after rereading Kent and TC, I think the problem is that TC was a making case and Kent is a possession case. Applying the plurality reasoning of TC to a possession...
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    It's still about ability and intent to possess,...

    It's still about ability and intent to possess, since the government cannot show actual possession where the gun is not in an NFA configuration. They instead have to show that defendant had control...
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