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    ATF is going to have an amnesty for braced pistols

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nt2aZ1HTaRE

    This is going to get even interesting. Obviously stating in writing that something's legal and then changing the regulations with no corresponding change in the law is complete and utter BS. Add to this a point system that they fabricated out of nothing and the number of firearms involved. I'm expecting to see lawsuits.

    They'll require a before picture, so if you had the thought of avoiding the $200 for a pistol that was never braced, that's not going to happen.

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    I think the ATF has ZERO chance of getting away with this in light of recent court rulings.

    So I am not worried.

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    #ThirdHole soon?
    What if this whole crusade's a charade?
    And behind it all there's a price to be paid
    For the blood which we dine
    Justified in the name of the holy and the divineÖ

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    Quote Originally Posted by glocktogo View Post
    #ThirdHole soon?
    I was hoping that it would just be a general amnesty, but no such luck.

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    So if I do amnesty, I can put a stock on it and avoid the $200 tax? Basically a braced pistol would become an sbr without the tax, right?
    Last edited by MegademiC; 09-02-22 at 18:38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegademiC View Post
    So if I do amnesty, I can put a stock on it and avoid the $200 tax? Basically a braced pistol would become an sbr without the tax, right?
    If we’re reading this right, yes? So basically you could eFile a Form 1 to “amnesty” a pistol braced lower, NOT pay $200, and voilŗ, free SBR stamp!
    What if this whole crusade's a charade?
    And behind it all there's a price to be paid
    For the blood which we dine
    Justified in the name of the holy and the divineÖ

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoni View Post
    I think the ATF has ZERO chance of getting away with this in light of recent court rulings.

    So I am not worried.
    And now, still not worried? ATF did it. And like good sheeple, many just obeyed the ATF illegal request to register their already legal firearm and change it's classification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunFighter98 View Post
    This sounds like a ploy to gain more information on gun owners for something later on. I don't trust it.
    Trust them ? You play by *their* rules and at some point they ***will*** change *their* rules to, okay boys turn them in because we know what you got and where you live. These days only easily deceived and manipulated suckers and fools would trust the corrupt SOBís at the BATF and DOJ.

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    There is no way this is a good risk. JMO.

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    If I do the ‘registration’ of the braced AR, how does that affect if I want to sell/transfer it? After i file the paperwork, can I put a real stock on it>?
    The Second Amendment ACKNOWLEDGES our right to own and bear arms that are in common use that can be used for lawful purposes. The arms can be restricted ONLY if subject to historical analogue from the founding era or is dangerous (unsafe) AND unusual.

    It's that simple.

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