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Category Archives: NFA
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We’re told that machine guns and assault rifles are not needed for self-defense, but if that’s so why are the police arming themselves with them? Either they are useful for self-defense purposes, in which case my ownership is constitutionally protected, … Continue reading
The ATF Form 1 and Form 4 for manufacture or transfer of an NFA weapon have a section for why you need the firearm. In the comments, what would you put (or have you put) as a reason to need … Continue reading
Sebastian shows a build he worked up. Here is one of mine And add $200 for the tax stamp because the barrel (11.5 inches) is below the length blessed by the .gov (16 inches). Similar to an idea I have … Continue reading
Michael Bane demonstrates the Serbu Super Shorty on Downrange TV. Very cool!
Steve Lauer likes his machine guns. In fact, he said at one point he has $12,000 in NFA stamps! There are several examples at the shop. A Lakeside belt-fed .22 upper on a full-auto lower. A suppressed machine gun. A … Continue reading
I am on a road trip to northwestern Wisconsin, and made it out to Lauer Custom Weaponry. I visited their store, and got to talk to Steve Lauer. Steve is probably best known for poking fun at Mayor Bloomberg, with … Continue reading
AACBlog has some historical silencer literature. Yes, I know everyone is calling them suppressors now, except AAC, but the literature still calls them silencers.
Lauer Custom Weaponry is selling an “I <heart> Mayor Bloomberg” button. Now, this may seem a little crazy coming from a weapons maker, but the story goes something like this: LCW develops DuraCoat, and makes it available in a wide … Continue reading
Alan (SnarkyBytes) talks about his machine gun outreach program.