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Of course you can sell it out-of-state.  It just has to go through FFL.  That's how all state-to-state transactions go.  That's how online sellers like Gunbroker or any other online sellers make sales on receivers everyday.  I can sell any of my receivers to my brother in Las Vegas, I just have to send it through FFL.  What Section 922(b)(1) is saying is that if someone comes to Hawaii, or whatever state the receiver is registered in, and is not a resident of the said state, that person cannot buy that receiver.  Now, if you are talking about bringing the receiver to another state yourself and making a private sale it in that state, then that's a different story...

I said "prohibited from selling", but meant "restricted when selling."

ATF rules have exceptions for rifles and shotguns which do not apply to receivers.  I was making the point that building the rifle makes it less limiting when selling out of state.  The rules for selling receivers out of state, even if you use an FFL in your state, are more like the rules that apply to handguns.  That's true even if the receiver can only be used to manufacture a rifle or shotgun.
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Political Discussion / Re: Whistleblower complaint
« Last post by Inspector on Today at 08:33:33 AM »
If I understand it, censuring the President has no consequences.  If he were a member of Congress, and if the censure resolution passes in either chamber, he would be removed from all committees and other seats of responsibility.

Also, if the House votes to censure Trump, the Senate can vote to expunge the resolution -- basically an admission that the censuring was not supported by the President's actions.

"Censure is a formal, and public, group condemnation of an individual, often a group member, whose actions run counter to the group's acceptable standards for individual behavior."

The "group" (the Democrats & the House majority) have two sets of standards.  If Trump violated their standards, what about all the House members recently who made anti-Semitic comments/Tweets?  What about AOC blocking social media accounts she doesn't like after (1) the courts said no gov't official can block people, and (2) she apologized and said she was wrong in the lawsuit she just settled the DAY BEFORE she was to give testimony?  She still has people blocked.

The Dems have standards for themselves and standards for their enemies.  Letting them get away with judging anyone, even Trump, is hypocrisy to the extreme.

Censuring Trump would be an admission they can't find any crimes with which to impeach him.  It tells voters they started the impeachment process without evidence of criminal conduct while hoping the inquiry gives them the evidence they have been telling us they already have.

I don't know why anyone would trust any of these Democrat traitors.  They wave the Constitution around saying impeachment is their duty.  Funny how all the other parts of the Constitution, like passing an annual budget, slip their minds.
Well said!  :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Political Discussion / Re: Whistleblower complaint
« Last post by Flapp_Jackson on Today at 08:15:57 AM »
I posted earlier about the Democrats censuring the President instead of impeaching him. I feel that this is the best scenario over impeachment (Besides just shutting down the impeachment hearings which we all know the Dems will not do). Let’s face it, the impeachment process is not going well for the Dems. To save face, the Dems could censure Trump as a bad orange man. They could say they are saving the country from going through this terrible impeachment process that would tear the country apart or they could censure the bad orange man. So they choose censure instead. They are trying to look as much like heroes as they can even tho the rest of us realize they are nothing but clowns and they not only act like clowns but they are looking quite stupid for even starting this process.

An opinion piece that looks at censure because impeachment is looking grave.

Bradley Blakeman: Dems' impeachment option — THIS is their only exit strategy

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/bradley-blakeman-dems-impeachment-option-this-is-their-only-exit-strategy

If I understand it, censuring the President has no consequences.  If he were a member of Congress, and if the censure resolution passes in either chamber, he would be removed from all committees and other seats of responsibility.

Also, if the House votes to censure Trump, the Senate can vote to expunge the resolution -- basically an admission that the censuring was not supported by the President's actions.

"Censure is a formal, and public, group condemnation of an individual, often a group member, whose actions run counter to the group's acceptable standards for individual behavior."

The "group" (the Democrats & the House majority) have two sets of standards.  If Trump violated their standards, what about all the House members recently who made anti-Semitic comments/Tweets?  What about AOC blocking social media accounts she doesn't like after (1) the courts said no gov't official can block people, and (2) she apologized and said she was wrong in the lawsuit she just settled the DAY BEFORE she was to give testimony?  She still has people blocked.

The Dems have standards for themselves and standards for their enemies.  Letting them get away with judging anyone, even Trump, is hypocrisy to the extreme.

Censuring Trump would be an admission they can't find any crimes with which to impeach him.  It tells voters they started the impeachment process without evidence of criminal conduct while hoping the inquiry gives them the evidence they have been telling us they already have.

I don't know why anyone would trust any of these Democrat traitors.  They wave the Constitution around saying impeachment is their duty.  Funny how all the other parts of the Constitution, like passing an annual budget, slip their minds.
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Strategies and Tactics / Re: Instructors chat
« Last post by zippz on Today at 08:03:25 AM »
Instructor class live fire at Koko head.  Got my NRA targets made.   30 lin level 1 Target and 15 inch instructors targets with a 10 inch scoring disc.

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Off Topic / Re: Aloha Friday!
« Last post by Inspector on Today at 07:59:01 AM »
A little late but Happy Aloha Friday!!!
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General Discussion / Re: Forgot something?
« Last post by tim808 on Today at 07:51:08 AM »
I put my stuff on the front hood now.

I’ve done that, but not with a firearm
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Political Discussion / Re: Whistleblower complaint
« Last post by Inspector on Today at 07:41:03 AM »
Sounds like you have a QPQ with another country.

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That’s how I make a living!  :rofl:
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Political Discussion / Re: Whistleblower complaint
« Last post by Inspector on Today at 07:34:01 AM »
I posted earlier about the Democrats censuring the President instead of impeaching him. I feel that this is the best scenario over impeachment (Besides just shutting down the impeachment hearings which we all know the Dems will not do). Let’s face it, the impeachment process is not going well for the Dems. To save face, the Dems could censure Trump as a bad orange man. They could say they are saving the country from going through this terrible impeachment process that would tear the country apart or they could censure the bad orange man. So they choose censure instead. They are trying to look as much like heroes as they can even tho the rest of us realize they are nothing but clowns and they not only act like clowns but they are looking quite stupid for even starting this process.

An opinion piece that looks at censure because impeachment is looking grave.

Bradley Blakeman: Dems' impeachment option — THIS is their only exit strategy

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/bradley-blakeman-dems-impeachment-option-this-is-their-only-exit-strategy
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One of the drawbacks of buying just a receiver: you are prohibited from reselling the receiver out of state.  If you want to sell it, you must either find a buyer in your state or complete enough of the build to make it a legal rifle or pistol before selling.  The reason for that is there are different rules for transfers of rifle/shotguns out of state than for handguns.  Something to keep in mind.

Of course you can sell it out-of-state.  It just has to go through FFL.  That's how all state-to-state transactions go.  That's how online sellers like Gunbroker or any other online sellers make sales on receivers everyday.  I can sell any of my receivers to my brother in Las Vegas, I just have to send it through FFL.  What Section 922(b)(1) is saying is that if someone comes to Hawaii, or whatever state the receiver is registered in, and is not a resident of the said state, that person cannot buy that receiver.  Now, if you are talking about bringing the receiver to another state yourself and making a private sale it in that state, then that's a different story...
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General Discussion / Re: any gunsmiths on island that can cut a barrel?
« Last post by raudi on November 16, 2019, 07:56:09 PM »
I've taken many barrels to Wayne at Pacific Custom Rifles to pin and weld and have never been disappointed.  I have never had a barrel cut/threaded by him, but I've seen barrels done by him and they look great.  It's been a while but I think he's still on Republican Street.  Great work.  There's also a place in that same building that I had some cerakoting done and came out perfect.  Don't remember the name, think it was called Red Letter.  Some places (in Waipahu...) butchered parts that I have brought to them to get work done.  Then charged me for labor!  No worries with Wayne.  Fast turn around too!



thanks
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