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  1. #41
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    Feb 2010
    Levittown, Pennsylvania
    (Bucks County)
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    Default Re: AR conversion to bolt action for hunting

    Ever look into what it takes to sue the commonwealth or state? Notice of intent to sue must be filed giving the state 6 months to study the matter(s). Upside can be the state deciding to offer out-of-court remedy. Downside can be protracted costly navigation of the system. You will likely be monetarily constrained to an attorney and staff, while the state may have a team of lawyers and experts working on it. If the battle is over a melting block of ice, it will go down in legal history as a battle over how best to retrieve standing water.

  2. #42
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    Jan 2010
    Chester County, Pennsylvania
    (Chester County)
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    Default Re: AR conversion to bolt action for hunting

    Why would you want to do this? You can buy a nice bolt action receiver (like a Rem 700) and just about any stock you want to mount it to. You will end up with something that looks from a distance like and feels like an AR, but will be a true shooter.
    Ya can't argue with figures. Two half nuthins is a whole nuthin.

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