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Old September 1, 2001, 03:39 AM   #1
Justin Moore
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Question: Registered Receiver vs. Sear guns...

1. What the difference between a 'registered receiver' and a 'sear gun'.

2. Which one is more desirable?

3. What are the legal differences between both types of NFA weapon, if any?

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