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Old March 28, 2012, 04:29 PM   #12
mooman
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Join Date: February 8, 2007
Location: Republic of Texas
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H&R Habdygun

I have a H&R handygun its on a 5 dollar any other weapon tax stamp. It was made with a pistol grip and has a smooth bore, if it was made with stock then converted to a pistol grip it would have been subject to a 200 dollar tax stamp. I cant see how this is not an NFA weapon subject to a 5 dollar tax stamp. I also have a Thompson Contender chambered in 45 long colt and .410 its not an NFA weapon because it has a rifled barrel.
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