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Building an non-serialized gun with parts from the internet

Hop on over to E-Bay and get you an AR-15 trigger test jig. Then get a Hera CQR stock. I’m guessing one of those weird California compliant stocks would work two. A zip tie and an AR57 upper and slap it together. Well, that’s what arfcommer backbencher did:

Well, OK. I didn’t know a trigger jig was a thing.

9 Responses to “Building an non-serialized gun with parts from the internet”

  1. Nomen Nescio Says:

    trigger test jigs being reclassified as firearms in 5… 4… 3…

  2. Ron Says:

    Will they classify the Jig as a firearm or the ziptie?

    BAhahahahaha

  3. Nomen Nescio Says:

    quiet, or you’ll give them ideas — i don’t want to be filling out a 4473 for every zip tie i use.

  4. HL Says:

    A trigger jig is just a “frame” that is used by gun stores to display triggers/kits in such a way that you can pull the trigger to get the feel of it. You can also use them to hold your parts so that you can get a good look at the surfaces as they interact to determine how to polish or smooth out your trigger components.

  5. Nomen Nescio Says:

    true, but in this particular application it’s functioning mechanically as that part of the AR-15 normally considered by law to be “the firearm”. it’d even make sense for the ATF to classify it as such, at least by the standards of the kind of sense they normally use.

    i’m not saying i agree, but if some one mechanical part has to be the legal “gun” that needs serializing and registering, and none of those OTHER bits count as “guns” by previously passed-down decrees, then this last bit that they presumably haven’t ruled on either way yet logically must be. unless there IS an extant BATF ruling that these trigger jigs aren’t firearms, in which case they’ve painted themselves into a corner and will have to eat crow — and they’d likely do THAT by reclassifying the least commonly sold or traded bit.

  6. HL Says:

    It always seemed to me that if anything “had” to be “the gun”, it should be the barrel.

    But the ATF is an ass, and considers an auto-sear to be “the gun”, meaning when it’s installed, its a gun in a gun, which means it is all subjective as hell anyway.

  7. Mike M. Says:

    ATFs not the ass…the law is. ATF merely gets to enforce laws that are as obsolete as a Ford Model A.

  8. Roger V. Tranfaglia Says:

    Remember the ATF does NOT make LAWS. The ATF (so far) are getting away with a LOT of CRAP. Its time Trump nullified some of THIER regulations!

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