A simple stamp stating it met some requirment, even a simple symbol would suffice to satisfy a requirement. Serialization is only necessary when things are to be tracked like the weapons themselves.
First they say all the new ones have to be marked, then the old ones as well. Then they say they all need to be recorded so that latter they can come get them.
P.S. This is from Senator Al Franken of Minnesota;
In a carefully worded statement, Franken said he's "always supported the Second Amendment rights of Minnesotans to own firearms for collection, protection, and sport. But I also think we need to find a balance between those rights and the safety of our children and our communities."
Find the words collection, or sport anywhere in the 2nd Amendment, try.
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Last edited by lcpiper; January 18, 2013 at 01:15 PM.