They were produced in the Eastern bolc Countries near Slovakia/Croatia areas. They were believed to be a single shot gun, yet some were also designed to fire up to 4 shots chambered in 22LR I believe. The "Company" or dealer that made em also produced a pager-type gun as well. VERY small item indeed........That's whay the TSA makes you shut off and then turn on your Cellular phone during inspection at the Airport checkpoints.
National Firearms Act - 1968, IIRC - but let someone else confirm as I may not be accurate.
It means tho needy of a special ''ticket'', a tax ticket. Like $200 to put down for a full auto. No longer an ''ordinary'' gun, like we buy when after usual handguns and rifles. ''Restricted'' if you will.
Guys, I believe I stand corrected with this. With the Phone guns being NFA, I believe they're GOING to be regulated as NFA, as we can't have em to begin with ( I wouldn't want one anyway) I think IF you wanted one, you'd need to "make it" and utilize a Form 1 to do it..
Either way, a lottoa scrutiny to begin with in the first place for us Law-abiding Americans., but not for the bad guys..
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