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When you're issued free ammo, might as well use it at home, too.
BTW, Speer doesn't make a Gold Dot rifle bullet or cartridge in 5.56. And the smallest Gold Dot handgun caliber they offer is a hollow point .251 bullet -- no cartridge.
So, I find it odd (but somehow not shocking) that EEF has 5.56 Gold Dots now and also plans to buy .22 magnum Gold Dots later, when neither exists.
After typing that, I had a thought. When I double-checked the LAW ENFORCEMENT ONLY website, Speer DOES make a .22 WMR for Cops. And what do you know? They also make a .223 round for LAW ENFORCEMENT, but no 5.56.
I guess I should have realized he shops where the Cops shop.
So when you registered your firearm was it completely built? Or 81%?
Okay I'm not seeing how this is legal in Hawaii. Might be legal under federal laws, but it still looks illegal under Hawaii state law as Hawaii has no definition of "antique firearm".