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Old April 2, 2013, 08:06 PM   #10
Dfariswheel
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The guns listed in the NFA list are FULL-AUTO machine guns, not your SEMI-AUTO gun.

In the 1970's and 80's before the law was changed to allow no more new full-auto guns to be made, Auto Ordnance of West Hurley made new full-auto Model 1928 and M1-A1 Thompson submachine guns.
At the same time they were also building the semi-auto Model 1927-A1 and the semi-auto M1 like yours.

Your gun is not covered under the NFA and is legal to own in most states other then those that have a State assault weapons ban of some sort.
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