The Post Office and The Law
This is a discussion on The Post Office and The Law within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by SCfromNY
I have sent a few "frames only" to a particular gunsmith through the mail and he sends back the same. No ...
November 11th, 2010 07:36 PM
I do not see how a bare frame sent alone can be in violation of the Regs
Originally Posted by SCfromNY
"A firearm is defined as any device (including a starter gun) that is designed, or may readily be converted, to expel a projectile by an explosion, a spring, or other mechanical action, or by air or gas pressure with sufficient force to be used as a weapon."
A bare frame is not designed of and in itself to "expel a projectile" by any means, just as a slide is not. If one is legal the other must be. The serial number is not mentioned in the postal regs and should not be allowed in legal action.
Just my opinion and I'm often proven wrong by those committees of totally stupid, ignorant, leaches sucking the blood of liberty from our collective veins - you know who you are!
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