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  1. #251
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    The moral of the story is that while you may be correct with the laws there is no penalty for them breaking them and the cost and burden of providing them wrong all falls on you. They can afford to lose but can you afford to win? I could but wouldn’t want to.

  2. #252
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    We cant we file a legal stop to the sales database being used(even existing) as and even referred to as a registry by law enforcement?

  3. #253
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    I thought that they are semifinished, and require a skilled machinist to finish them?

  4. #254
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by m16ark56 View Post
    I thought that they are semifinished, and require a skilled machinist to finish them?
    "skilled machinist" depends on your frame of reference. You can buy a machine that does the work for you, you can buy a jig that lets you use cheap hand tools, or you can do the work on a knee mill as a professional machinist might do.

  5. #255
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by Royinmontco View Post
    "skilled machinist" depends on your frame of reference. You can buy a machine that does the work for you, you can buy a jig that lets you use cheap hand tools, or you can do the work on a knee mill as a professional machinist might do.
    Or on plastic ones you can just hog it out with a dremel

  6. #256
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by icp4life162005 View Post
    We cant we file a legal stop to the sales database being used(even existing) as and even referred to as a registry by law enforcement?
    It was tried, and failed (not by me.)
    Attorney Phil Kline, AKA gunlawyer001@gmail.com
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  7. #257
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    It was tried, and failed (not by me.)
    Which is why judicial elections are important. I always make sure to vote in them.

  8. #258
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidH View Post
    I appreciate your position. However, it’s wrong...But....Sooner or later I will have to fight to keep it/get it back?? What are you talking about! You believe what you want...I’ll stick with United States law. Although my younger brother is one of the top officers in highway patrol where we live....OH! And he’s the departments Firearms Instructor. He has been with me many times while I’m carrying my P80 SC, and he’s seen it, knows about it. Maybe he’s just biding his time before he TAKES it from me!! LOL. (Btw, he is also a combat vet..member of the Corps... Semper Fi Marine)

    The only time a cop could get possession of my firearm LEGALLY, is if I was involved in a self defense situation. In which case, worrying about the gun would be the least of my concerns.

    As I said, read US & State law! Our 2A gives us these rights, and US law is already ROCK SOLID! We have the RIGHT to build our own firearms. That includes carrying!

    This isn’t Commifornia! Pa does not have a “registry” or “roster” that people are lawfully OBLIGATED to follow. The PA registry in question is for law enforcement. Has nothing to do citizens following the law.
    David, I'm retired PSP, and my Ghost guns don't leave my property.
    "It seems that the Constitution is more or less guidelines than actual rules"
    My feedback: http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=305685

  9. #259
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    US law is already ROCK SOLID!
    Then explain, please, why the 2nd amendment does not prevent the passing of the 20,000 restrictions on the books of the several states. Why you are required to obtain a LTCF to carry a firearm concealed. Things like that.
    Legislating to prevent people's acts is fantasy

  10. #260
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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    So as of right now, if you are legally allowed to own a firearm, are you able to order an 80% if you live in PA?

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