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SCOTUS ruling #8940958 10/22/23 08:17 AM
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Very disappointing.

“Supreme Court sides with Biden, blocks judge's order allowing 'ghost gun' sales“

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/su...ks-judges-order-allowing-ghost-gun-sales

Re: SCOTUS ruling [Re: ntxtrapper] #8941428 10/22/23 10:48 PM
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My, now deceased, brother was a precision shooting competitor. He bought a big lathe and started cutting precision barrels for those guys. He made a pretty good business out of it in his garage. These guys build their own guns.

Wondering if that is still legal.,

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Originally Posted by Dave Davidson
My, now deceased, brother was a precision shooting competitor. He bought a big lathe and started cutting precision barrels for those guys. He made a pretty good business out of it in his garage. These guys build their own guns.

Wondering if that is still legal.,


The wording in the "Manufacturing of Firearms" consistently states "Receiver".

So, your deceased brother was using a receiver that had been tracked from the manufacturer to the first FFL that received it, and then transfered it. (Had all that been in place when he got the reciever).

After that, it was in the wind, like millions of others. Had he purchased the reciever/action/whole rifle legally (and I am sure he did) then his modifications were only that, modifications. He didn't make the receiver/action portion of the rifles.


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Re: SCOTUS ruling [Re: ntxtrapper] #8941934 10/23/23 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by ntxtrapper
Very disappointing.

“Supreme Court sides with Biden, blocks judge's order allowing 'ghost gun' sales“

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/su...ks-judges-order-allowing-ghost-gun-sales


If I read it right, they only ruled on the emergency injunction. They have not yet heard (or accepted) the case, right?

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