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thoughts on NFA items in todays current climate
#1
Had quite a few NFA items on my list I wanted to complete in the next year, this included adding a couple of suppressors and at least one SBR build..

However, given the current events and political situation, I am hestitant to submit any paperwork that allows the gubmint to know what I have...

Thoughts?? being too paranoid or am I just not paranoid enough??
glocke12, proud to be a member of pa2a.org since Sep 2012.
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#2
Probably too paranoid..., but I say that only because I recently mailed in NFA paperwork. Smile

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#3
whatever. either do it and get the stuff you want or don't and live without it.
i have two papers in now, and will be mailing another on wednesday.
the fabrication doesn't stop in the shop, that's what the field guys are for.
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#4
NFA would be the last thing the antis go after. For one, there are no crimes associated with NFA items to exploit.
Interdum feror cupidine partium magnarum Europae vincendarum
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#5
I think if it comes to confiscation, not having any NFA items isn't going to make you any safer than anybody else. Realistically the Feds have a good idea of where to look based off NICS checks (which I am sure they are keeping record of). They may not have an itemized list of what is in your gun safe but they have a pretty thorough list of doors to knock on.
The law? The law is a human institution...
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csmith;59095 Wrote:I think if it comes to confiscation, not having any NFA items isn't going to make you any safer than anybody else. Realistically the Feds have a good idea of where to look based off NICS checks (which I am sure they are keeping record of). They may not have an itemized list of what is in your gun safe but they have a pretty thorough list of doors to knock on.

They don't have the manpower to start a confiscation. There are only about 700,000 police officers in the country and over a hundred million gun owners. An attempt at confiscation would be unlikely.
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#7
glocke12;59020 Wrote:... I am hestitant to submit any paperwork that allows the gubmint to know what I have...

Thoughts?? being too paranoid or am I just not paranoid enough??

Have you even looked at the requirements of owning a NFA item? There is a reason they want you to submit two copies of the forms - one for THEM to keep and one for you.
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#8
my thoughts on NFA stuff in todays climate? the government needs to remove its monopoly on full auto weaponry.

that said, I doubt they'd do much with NFA items since they're already so heavily regulated to begin with.
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