The most basic thing is that states are allowed to enact more resrictive laws than the federal standard (but not more lax) hense every single one of them to my knowledge have done so in this case, with a few not allowing any NFA items even with a tax stamp....while others allow full auto , but not suppressors( or suppressors but not full auto etc)
Every state that allows NFA items, do so in a mannor that states that having a tax stamp is a defense to prosecutionfor having a otherwise state felony item(yes the item is illegal to possess,unless you meet one of the exemptions- so you either have an exeption,and be able to prove it, or your in trouble)...so it is state law that you must contend with on a dayly basis. And it OVERLAYS the federal standard.
Lighten up Francis!.....;Actor Warren Oats, in the movie "Stripes"
Last edited by p99guy; December 1, 2009 at 04:26 PM.