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Old February 12, 2013, 11:03 AM   #22
lcpiper
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Now if you as an individual have a regular day job, and you only engage in the firearms business on the side once every month or less, then it is NOT your primary means of livelihood and only a supplement to your income.
You missed it all entirely didn't you?

What other jobs you may have has no bearing.


The operative concepts are
(1) devoting time, attention and labor; (once a month or less is still fits)
(2) doing so regularly as a trade or business; (This still fits)
(3) the repetitive purchase and resale of guns; and (Yes, still fits)
(4) intending to make money.(Definitely fits).

What kills your entire statement is this
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"and you only engage in the firearms business"
The word business is the operative word that sinks it. You can't do this with the objective being to make money, even a little bit, even if you actually lose money. As long as the objective, the point, your effort, is to make money, then you are guilty.
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