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korgs130

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  1. An SP5 w/ SB Tactical HP PDW brace I think scores a 7 in Section II of ATF Worksheet 4999, so it’s an SBR before you even get to Sec III with all of the sights and handguard accessories.
  2. Any firearm under 12” or over 26” with a brace is automatically considered a rifle inter the proposed rule. From page 18-19: “Firearms possessing an overall length between 12 and 26 inches may be considered pistols for which a “stabilizing brace” could reasonably be attached to support one-handed fire. Firearms with an overall length of less than 12 inches are considered too short to indicate any need for a “stabilizing brace.” Conversely, firearms exceeding 26 inches in overall length are impractical and inaccurate to fire one handed, even with a “stabilizing brace,” due to imbalance of the weapon.” So I think you’re wrong in the MCK micro. Pistol accessories like to MCK don’t count toward overall length.
  3. Seems that if it’s not for profit, but also not for personal use, we have a gray area. From the ATF: “Is a person who reloads ammunition required to be licensed as a manufacturer? Yes, if the person engages in the business of selling or distributing reloads for the purpose of livelihood and profit. No, if the person reloads only for personal use.” https://www.atf.gov/firearms/qa/person-who-reloads-ammunition-required-be-licensed-manufacturer
  4. I think some of the above information is outdated. Looking at the changes to ITAR effective 9 Mar 2020, weapons and ammunition commonly available on the civilian market have been removed. Regarding the manufacture of ammunition, as long as you are sticking with metal cased non explosive, non tracer, non flechette, non belted / linked smallarms ammunition you would be exempted from ITAR. At least that’s how I read it. https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2020/01/23/2020-00574/international-traffic-in-arms-regulations-us-munitions-list-categories-i-ii-and-iii
  5. Do you have a reference for 06 FFLs being allowed, under Illinois law, to possess suppressors for business purposes for testing ammo?
  6. Yup, I am in Illinois. What Interestedbystander pointed out is correct. Get your C & R FLL, which is $30 for a 3 year license, link that to your eForm account and youâre all set to file your eForm 1. Aside from the min OAL of 26â the only other IL specific item is that you have to attach an image of your FOID or CCW to your eForm 1.
  7. I submitted an eForm 1 as an individual for an SBR on 10/13/20 and got my stamp on 11/5/20. So 23 days. I mailed my fingerprints to the ATF on 10/14/20 via USPS 2 day Priority Mail. It took the USPS 7 days to deliver my prints. Had I sent my prints via Express next day mail on 10/13, I could have easily had my stamp in 15-18 days. Just saying.
  8. Sen Weaver's email: chuck@senwaever.com The 73rd dist rep is no longer David Leitch. It is now Ryan Spain Springfield Office: 228-N Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL 62706 (217) 782-8108 District Office: 5407 N. University St., Arbor Hall Suite B Peoria, IL 61614 (309) 690-7373 (309) 690-7375 FAX Email: spain@ilhousegop.org
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