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Unread 11-27-2009, 11:36 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by cirelaw View Post
if they were so outlawed why did the keep making a frame with a stud?
When German making guns for their armed forces, I don't think they put U.S. laws and regulations into their design or manufacturing consideration. Everything would be based on their needs and convenience.

If a gun was made for U.S. commercial market, then it's a different story. See dbuster posted Stoeger Luger in Commercial Luger column, that one does not have stock lug out of factory. Postwar Interarms Luger do not have stock lug either. Another example is Mitchell Luger, a domestic product, it has a bulge at butt but that's not stock lug.

Dropping Artillery, Navy etc from NFA list is also relatively new. When did ATF create C&R FFL? 1984?
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