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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Isn't this something that the legislature would actually have to enact into law?
    Ahh who needs elected officials when you have supreme overlords who can tell you what to do based on their opinions.

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Stupid. This will be quickly challenged and overturned.

    I bought a 80% lower just to say FU to Shapiro.

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Isn't this something that the legislature would actually have to enact into law?
    It's kind of more of the same lawless activity we have been seeing in PA ever since the Liberal Democrats got a foothold.
    Just like Pittsburgh, the game plan is to act outside of the law and then challenge the 2A community to fight it in court.
    Bloomberg will pay their legal costs if any, and the PA Liberal Democrats can sit back and laugh while the law abiding 2A community wastes money on legal fees.
    How can you have any cookies if you don't drink your milk?

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by libertyof76 View Post
    Stupid. This will be quickly challenged and overturned.

    I bought a 80% lower just to say FU to Shapiro.
    Yeah while I don't really want another Glock style pistol I think I am going to buy an 80% pistol lower and jig now.

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Me too... no real interest in dicking around making a gun until they started saying I shouldn't be allowed to do it at all.

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Reading the story, I’m thinking Shapiro was referring to a “completed” 80% lower, which could be readily converted to make it a “firearm”. But I may just be giving him the benefit of the doubt.....

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    Yeah while I don't really want another Glock style pistol I think I am going to buy an 80% pistol lower and jig now.
    Here different design still glock parts though pre order. about $100.00 with the jig.

    https://www.80percentarms.com/gst-9/

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    It's kind of more of the same lawless activity we have been seeing in PA ever since the Liberal Democrats got a foothold.
    Just like Pittsburgh, the game plan is to act outside of the law and then challenge the 2A community to fight it in court.
    Bloomberg will pay their legal costs if any, and the PA Liberal Democrats can sit back and laugh while the law abiding 2A community wastes money on legal fees.
    This x1000.

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    Quote Originally Posted by libertyof76 View Post
    Stupid. This will be quickly challenged and overturned.

    I bought a 80% lower just to say FU to Shapiro.
    I bought ..... several but then went boating shortly thereafter. But I suppose now I need to buy several more.

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    Default Re: State police told to treat ‘ghost guns’ parts as firearms

    80% open carry at the capitol, anyone?
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