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Tuhlmann
January 04, 2017, 19:19
Anybody got any scoop on if this rule will be tossed out with the new Administration?

Thorack
January 04, 2017, 19:33
Well,

If talking reality lets just ask if ATF is being disbanded. Anyone know, heard rumors?

Thorack

partisan50
January 04, 2017, 19:57
Well since it allows transfers without the approval of your local CLEO, and makes sure that entities must get background checked, I doubt that it will disappear.

2barearms
January 05, 2017, 08:28
Congress will not repeal any laws. Never have and never will.

While 41f is a regulation as opposed to something congress passed the effect is
the same. The Bureaucrats actually run the country and they will dig trenches around their power knowing that I they can stall you out for 2-4 years they
Win.

W.E.G.
January 05, 2017, 10:23
Re-opening the Class-3 registry would generate a nice stream of voluntary tax revenue.

NFADLR
January 05, 2017, 10:36
Yes but the tax per weapon would be 2500.00 each not the current 200.00.

But then that tax only applies to federal aka us citizens.

15S.A.L.249 would be of good use to eradicate the 14th amdt fraud.

Re-opening the Class-3 registry would generate a nice stream of voluntary tax revenue.

W.E.G.
January 05, 2017, 12:47
Folks would be tripping over their dicks to pay $2500 to register a full-auto.

NFADLR
January 05, 2017, 12:56
Help I've tripped on my dick and can't get up.

But wait there isn't full faith and credit and equal protection under the law and only those in or on the free state soil get the privilege of owning title 2 weapons.

Folks would be tripping over their dicks to pay $2500 to register a full-auto.

Blackmore
January 07, 2017, 07:35
Folks would be tripping over their dicks to pay $2500 to register a full-auto.

Especially since 1934 $200 inflation adjusted to today is $3645.

partisan50
January 07, 2017, 09:13
My local SOT recently was talking to the ATF compliant agent and apparently the ATF is discussing allowing new MGs but with a $500 tax.

ncjeeper
January 07, 2017, 14:22
Folks would be tripping over their dicks to pay $2500 to register a full-auto.
Yep. Way cheaper than the current prices for one.

geefal
January 07, 2017, 20:06
My local SOT recently was talking to the ATF compliant agent and apparently the ATF is discussing allowing new MGs but with a $500 tax.

don't think so. ATF does not have the authority to "allow" new MGs nor do they have the authority to change the tax.

Both are congressional.

Neat story though.

hkshooter
January 08, 2017, 23:23
don't think so. ATF does not have the authority to "allow" new MGs nor do they have the authority to change the tax.

Both are congressional.

Neat story though.

They don't have the authority to make laws either but they do just that every day.

Sampson1986
January 09, 2017, 16:35
My local SOT recently was talking to the ATF compliant agent and apparently the ATF is discussing allowing new MGs but with a $500 tax.

Amnesty with a monetary penalty attached, perhaps? With the law written the way it is, I can't see any scenario, except an amnesty, where ATF could get around 922(o). Especially since the Hollis and Watson cases got flushed.

Trump better throw us some kind of bone. :biggrin:

hueyville
January 10, 2017, 13:17
My three earliest April stamps came in today. Guess it's about to be an avalanche as did nine Form 4's leading up to deadline. Timing is perfect as found a vendor selling odd thread pattern AAC 51T mounts for $50 each including left hand 9/16" ,for FAL's, Mini 14 pattern and other odd ball sizes. Purchased some just due to price and will have some rifles didn't plan on fitting adapters threaded to fit the hall price mounts. At $100 per rifle have to show some restraint on mounts, at $50 made me turn loose of some money. Will have four multicaliber cans using that same 51T mount.