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  • "Ghost" guns!

    I'm not big on 80% lowers. Too much can go wrong "legally" but lots of folks love 'em!

    https://thehill.com/homenews/state-w...-assembly-kits

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    Grewel, first off he is a rag head so he already lost all credability with me. What is this country coming to

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    • #3
      What is a ghost gun ?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
        What is a ghost gun ?
        A "ghost gun" is an AR lower that has not had the pivot pin, take down pin and fire group holes drilled.
        Per BATFE "rules", because it is no more than 80% complete, it can be sold with no serial number, no background check and no Form 4473. The seller simply ships it to your front door.
        The "seller" also sells a "jig" that holds the undrilled lower so it can be drilled with precision.
        Basically, you can buy an assemble a complete, operational AR that is completely "off the books"...no FFL required!

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        • #5
          Yes, bubba you are right but if you ask that idiot senator Deleon from CA, a ghost gun is a gun that holds a " 30caliber clip magzine that is capable of firing 300 rounds a second and is undetectable by medal detectors". And you guessed it he is holding the part you are talking about.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by JasonT View Post
            Yes, bubba you are right but if you ask that idiot senator Deleon from CA, a ghost gun is a gun that holds a " 30caliber clip magzine that is capable of firing 300 rounds a second and is undetectable by medal detectors". And you guessed it he is holding the part you are talking about.
            Unfortunately, JT, if antigunners had ANY common sense, they would be pro-gun!
            Sadly, common sense can't be taught.

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            • #7
              https://www.polymer80.com/ here is a supplier

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              • #8
                The preferred method of bad guys getting guns is through theft.
                Hell they steal two cars and drive one through a gun shops wall, load up the other and are gone......in seconds.
                Same demographic dang near every time too.
                But we aint supposed to talk about that.

                Want a gun? Place your order w the local drug dealer. Think about that for a second.

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