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Old November 7, 2006, 01:31 PM   #16
OJ
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The NF covers a lot more than machine guns and suppressors. Prior to passage in 1934, H&R made single shot pistols in .410 and 28 bore mostly with 12" barrels and no choke - Handy Guns.





Duly registered in 1934, I had to list a reason for owning it and I said I was a "gun collector". I was nearly 8 years old.

Now it's legal to own a .410 pistol as long as it has rifling in the barrel so it can shoot .45 ammo. In the bureaucratic eyes of the BATFE, that makes it a less dangerous weapon than the ones with smooth barrels.

They still refuse to remove that gun from the NFA list even though they reclassified it as a "Curio & Relic" some years ago!

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