Originally Posted by SRMA63
Please remember that I said this pistol stock is "on-attachable", as in it does not clamp onto, grip, or screw onto any part of the pistol. Rather, it is held to the pistol only by the shooters gripping hand.
Yeah, I read that the first time.
Let me throw a question back at you: Is "gripping
" a shoulder stock that "does not clamp onto, grip, or screw onto any part of the pistol
" something you want your lawyer to explain to a judge? Does it do something special for you that is worth risking time in Club Fed?
What are the odds?
What are the stakes?
How much is a tax stamp?
These are questions only you can answer...