Mostly correct Q but FFL/SOT2 or otherwise known as an NFA Manufacturer Does Not need a Demo Letter to build a Post Sample MG. He must infact Fax or mail a completed Form 2 within 24 hours of completion though. Any suppressors that a NFA Manufacturer would make must also be registered on a Faxed or mailed Form 2 within 24 hours of completion. If the SOT2 were to sell the above mentioned MG to another SOT2 or SOT3 buying the weapon would indeed involve having to have a PD Demo Letter to start the transfer.Q-gunner2 said:No new ones can be built unless you have a Class 2, and even then you must have a letter from the chief of a Law Enforcement agency that says they want you to build one for a demo. Then, if they like the demo, you can make more for them. Then you can keep the demo yourself, but can not sell it unless it is to a Class 2 or higher who has a demo letter.
To buy one that is a pre-86 registered gun, all you need is to pay the $200 tax stamp and wait a few months for the BATFE to check you out and then they send you a tax stamp, and then you can own the gun. However, they tend to cost alot of money. $4,000 for a MAC, $7,000 or up for an Uzi, and so on. Rare jewls like PPSh-41s, MP-40s, and StGw-44s go for $20,000 and up.
[email protected] said:Q right you are. Love Letter only when transfering to another SOT. You could make 1000 if you want just register on a Form 2 within 24 Hrs. of completion.
That is a glock buttstock. Not legal for average joe to install on theirs but Ok for LE/Military etc. It is an effective piece. I have a friend that is Class 3/SOT dealer and he has 2 FA Glocks and the buttstocks.Q-gunner2 said:Wow! Thanks alot for the info... it looks like you get to have some fun stuff... is that attatchment on the GLOCK a folding stock or grip or something? I can't see how it would unfold...
Sorry for all the questions, this is just really interesting, and it's great to get the answers face to face with pictures.