27 – 80% Receivers

27 – 80% Receivers

80% receivers – what are they, how can you legally make one, marketing requirements and how to be careful with what you’re doing. 80% is a marketing term, not a legal definition It’s got nothing to do with how much of the firearm is completed Could also be referred to...
26 – New ATF AR-15 Pistol Guidelines

26 – New ATF AR-15 Pistol Guidelines

ATF has the authority to make determinations and interpret laws Correspondence rulings and opinions are common = determinations vary IOI’s = Inspectors (not agents) Bad system because the rules are hard to follow – this new guidance is a great example Overall length...
26 – New ATF AR-15 Pistol Guidelines

25 – Foreign Persons

Ryan delves into how we can deal with foreign persons and firearm possession, as well as foreign persons and information.  Learn more about the laws and the loopholes to help ensure you stay compliant!
27 – 80% Receivers

Is Benchmade Anti-Gun?

Tune in to episode 24 as Ryan discusses the latest online outrage, Benchmade destroying guns and contributing to anti-gun Democrat politicians. A few points are discussed about the issue including: Is destroying guns always bad? Was a felony committed by making a...
27 – 80% Receivers

023 – Bump Stock Ban Summary

Bump Stock Ban Summary “Bump-fire stocks” have effectively been banned for average gun-owners. The Trump administration has “re-defined” these devices as machine guns and is giving American citizens 90 days to turn them in or destroy them or they will be felons....
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022 – NFA Definitions

National Firearms Act of 1934 (NFA):  Legislation started after attempted assassination of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 Attempt to reduce prohibition-era gang violence Requires registration and taxation of certain firearms: Silencers Short Barreled Shotguns...