Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by gleet, Dec 24, 2011.
Damn it. I was all geared up for a witty observation, right around that first period.
What happened, did the ATF seize them to sell them to drug cartels?
They don't expect us to just forget that, do they?
The two situations are completely different. RJF lost those missing guns where as the the ATF did not lose any guns...they just willingly gave them away to drug cartels.
Losing guns is bad. Losing guns when you are a Title II manufacturer is much worse. I wonder if the lost guns were FA...
I bet they were and I bet they are probably in the hands of some Discovery Channel execs right now.
I bet they cannibalized the guns for parts or slung them under some other weapon and forgot to record them.
I was watching a bit last night. I didn't realize you could build kit guns.
there's just so many I can't decide!
Yup. Only the receiver is serialized. You can buy a kit and a receiver and build it from there. You can build your own receiver also but the gun will be non-transferable. Also the ATF may get antsy about it if you make more than 1 or if you showboat it in public.
Most likely scenario.
The chick has a freaky jaw and a nasty gunt. Jast sayin'
And fucked by the family accent.
That's probably the most likely scenario
I see it all the time
"Go take that regulator off that Kenworth"
3 months later
"Who the hell took the regular off that Kenworth"
In her case I don't think its the accent, its just the fact that she sounds like a retard when she talks.
found this over at thehighroad.org
seems like Will started another company to skim all the TV money without the other people knowing
Not looking good for Will
Also, RJF is a Title II manufacturer, so they can build whatever the fuck they want, including FA. However, any FA weapons they build can only be sold or transferred to other Title II manufacturer, Class III dealer with LEO demo letter for the weapon, or a government agency.
So long as it doesnt meet the definition of any class of title II firearm (SBR, SBS, AOW, FA, DD, suppressor), you can build whatever you want. I know a couple of damned good gunsmiths that have both built guns from kits and unfinished receivers, and even from custom machined parts.
Do you have to be a gunsmith to build a kit? Could I build a AR15 from kit?
Depends on the gun. You sure as fuck need to know what youre doing on some guns, especially with unfinished receivers (Building an AK from an unfinished receiver and parts is a pretty serious process, due to all the riveting and welding). However, if you buy a finished AR receiver (Such as a stripped AR lower, which must go through a dealer as it's considered a firearm), it's pretty damn easy. Getting an UNfinished AR receiver requires a full on machine shop to complete, generally.
Either way, if you have the tools and knowhow, then go for it. No special licensing required, except if you plan to sell it (assuming you started from an unfinished receiver), you are making NFA items, or you are making a lot of them.
Meh, the other show is better anyway...with a much hotter daughter.
TV makes people look like douches.
However, I would bang the living shit out of Paige, once she is legal.