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  1. #21
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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    any idea if Cetme flats will be considered 80%? These flats require you bend and then bend them into shape

  2. #22
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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    Quote Originally Posted by Flounder View Post
    any idea if Cetme flats will be considered 80%? These flats require you bend and then bend them into shape
    Flats of any kind are considered non firearms until bent into shape.
    AR accessories - Barbie for men

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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    [QUOTE=esh21167;4629610]Can you buy a complete receiver in the Bronx or even NYS?[/QUOTE
    Last edited by tbta02; July 5th, 2022 at 10:31 AM.

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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    Quote Originally Posted by tbta02 View Post
    actually I'm retired law enforcement and was able to buy and carry anything I wanted anywhere I wanted too.just was wondering how people can get a serial number on a gun they built without one. wasn't really expecting any one to make a big deal about my question. you were close though was born in the bronx
    So can a regular citizen buy an 80% in NYS? And we would be interested in hearing your opinion on the new NY laws regarding permits.

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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    Back to the actual engraving itself - 1/16 high x .003 deep for the characters is understood, my question is about the location. Different types of firearms have different surfaces available for the engraving, but does it have to be in a specific location? For example we all know where it is located on a typical 1911 style handgun, or an M4 style rifle. Is it OK if the engraving were to be placed under a grip instead?

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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    Quote Originally Posted by 1911woody View Post
    Back to the actual engraving itself - 1/16 high x .003 deep for the characters is understood, my question is about the location. Different types of firearms have different surfaces available for the engraving, but does it have to be in a specific location? For example we all know where it is located on a typical 1911 style handgun, or an M4 style rifle. Is it OK if the engraving were to be placed under a grip instead?
    My opinion is it should be readily visible, I have a hk , when the stock is collapsed its partly obstructed but extending the stock and its clearly visible.

  7. #27
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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    MY opinion is unchanged.
    I called to check my ZIP CODE!....DY-NO-MITE!!!

  8. #28
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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    Don't comply is my advice.
    I agree! DON’T comply with illegal, ANTI 2A laws from DEMONcrats & their territories! Build, build, BUILT! Also.. make sure to travel to a regular State to buy mags, (even though the SCOTUS just told Liberal cities/states to “reconsider” their magazine & parts compliance laws as being in violation of the 2A… which they ARE) Or, contact someone like me who has no issues shipping you parts your State illegally bars… like magazines!

    Do whatever it takes. You will NEED firearms for the upcoming Civil War.
    I’m a Gunsmith, Knifemaker & Machinist… all with ONE arm! What’s your SUPERPOWER?

  9. #29
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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    Oh, and I wouldn*t serialize it. I certainly don*t! The 80% lowers are one of the great things over the last decade.
    I’m a Gunsmith, Knifemaker & Machinist… all with ONE arm! What’s your SUPERPOWER?

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    Default Re: serial number on an %80 lower

    Kind of dead thread, but the whole premise seems kind of fishy.

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