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grog18b
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Posted: 5/26/2009 9:03:34 AM

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10-4, bro. I don't think there ever was a "loophole" so to speak, only vagueness in the law itself, which left everything open to the interpitation of the individual agents... Not ever a good thing to do, but, with these new forms, there is no longer any doubt.
"I won't tell you which church to go to, and you don't tell me what kind of firearms I can own..."
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Posted: 9/11/2009 8:20:24 AM
Originally Posted By HermanSnerd:
Great thread. Many of us have learned alot about SBR's , Suppressors, full-auto
transferrable legalities, etc. from this site over the years, but Destructive Devices
are still a bit of a mystery.

I have a question. I have always heard that each 40mm round for your M203 or M79 launcher must have it's own $200 dollar stamp. Is this true?

I looked at the Clyde Armory link that you provided above, and found these
practice marker rounds available. I am assuming that the $200 tax per round would not apply to marker or smoke rounds, and would only apply to HE and such.

40mm M781 Blue Tip Ammo


At $625 dollars per case of 100 rounds, that doesn't seem unreasonable at all.
That is, unless you would have to pay $20,000 dollars in tax stamps to legally
own those 100 rounds.



$6.25 a round then?
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Posted: 9/12/2009 10:43:22 PM
That's about right... I just picked up some and they came out to $6 each shipped.
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Posted: 10/20/2009 10:23:02 PM
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Posted: 10/20/2009 10:40:19 PM
read the last few posts on page one and the first post on page two for your longer answer
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Posted: 9/7/2011 4:27:49 AM
All I want to know is who sells or makes 40mm buckshot shells for the m203? I've seen the practice rounds, and I'm not really that interested. Other than that I want to buy 10 HE rounds yes I know about the 200 tax per that's why I only want 10.
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Posted: 2/14/2013 1:05:27 AM
Im a to 37mm and i always find conflicting answers about this.....if i get a 9" spikes havoc standalone launcher and register it as a DD will this launcher hold up to flechette rounds and HE rounds and things of that nature? I want one but would like to keep my hand and fingers after firing it
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Posted: 3/18/2014 10:39:37 AM
I didn't even know that new production 203s were available on the civilian market until I came across this thread... Now I'm interested in a rail mount LMT.

Since these require a 5320.20 to cross state lines, if I were to go the Form 1 route and obtain a Title 1 receiver, get it approved and construct a DD, would I later be able to remove the barrel, leave it behind in a safe box or something, and cross state lines with the bare receiver? I know you can do this with an SBR by refitting with a Title 1 upper if you can't get your 5320.20 approved in time or if you're going to a state with restrictions on SBRs, but how does it work with DDs?
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Posted: 3/19/2014 4:25:36 AM
Machine guns are the only NFA that are 'always NFA'. The rest are 'NFA by feature'. If you were to put a 37mm barrel on your M203, it would be a title I weapon... or, remove the barrel (and have no barrel).

..at least this is my interpretation, based on the info in the NFA handbook.
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