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Old July 23, 2015, 11:02 PM   #51
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I think someone mentioned that amnesty registration in 1968 did not involve a stamp; that is true. Since there was no tax paid, there was no physical stamp applied to the returned Form 4467. At the bottom of the form there is a section marked "For Use of Internal Revenue Service", which has a space for a date, and a signature. Both were applied with a rubber stamp and that form then became proof of registration.

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Old July 24, 2015, 07:15 AM   #52
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Dumb question but whats a Tax Stamp?
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Old July 24, 2015, 01:32 PM   #53
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Ok, i'll bite....

How do you have 3 cans and an SBR without a taxstamp for any of em??
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Old July 24, 2015, 03:06 PM   #54
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I have a stack of stamps. My comment was just sarcasm
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Old July 24, 2015, 09:04 PM   #55
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Ahhh.

Guess it was lost on me
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Old July 24, 2015, 09:37 PM   #56
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"Cop stuck his snout where it didn't belong-should have it notched for his trouble."

Tell me, Mobuck, would you have "notched" the cop's snout? I think that would be called felonious assault on a police officer, and possibly other charges that could put you in prison for a long time, plus no more guns for you, forever.

And just FYI, in this state, machineguns have to be registered with the STATE, in addition to the Federal law, so the cop was dealing with a suspected violation of STATE law, where his "snout" does belong.

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Old July 25, 2015, 08:11 AM   #57
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"Tell me, Mobuck, would you have "notched" the cop's snout? I think that would be called felonious assault on a police officer, and possibly other charges that could put you in prison for a long time, plus no more guns for you, forever."

I keep forgetting that far too many folks don't have a "rural background". Notching a hog's snout is a way to discourage them from "rooting where they shouldn't". Just a euphemism for "keeping your nose out of other folks business".
I'm slow but I'm not going to rise to your bait this time.
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Old July 25, 2015, 11:48 PM   #58
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I am not trying to "bait" anyone. No, I do not raise hogs, and even if "notching a snout" is merely an expression, it suggests an attack on a LEO, something that is not in the spirit of this site.

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