I don’t know. I think it would be kind of funny to post a picture of three nearly identical EBRs, lets say, the Saiga 7.62. One of them, would be the stock, all Russian parts, perfectly legal. One of them would be the American modded (with internal trigger group and American made magazine), still legal. A third would be the same American parts Saiga except with the original Russian trigger group and American magazine (illegal even under current law). The question could then be posed, one of these is not like the other and illegal to possess? Which one? All would look identical even at high resolution. A video of someone shooting each one would show that their performance and ammunition was identical.
Of course, that is probably too intellectual for the gun control conversation that we are going to have.
You would need to send them a photo of a gun marked “Law Enforcement Only”, because the 1994 AWB only banned manufacturing. Guns made before 94 were not banned, and gun made after 94 did not have more than one of the accessories of doom.
Uggh. This reminds me of those dipshits in 1993 tbat went on 60 minutes showing their tacticool badass weaponry that they could buy “easier than getting a car.” Thanks, dicks. I dont think it was called tacticool back then, but the spirit of Gecko45 was strong in them.