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shopkeep
02-21-2006, 4:11 PM
Well that's what I call it anyhow...

Go on over to http://calgunlaws.com/Docs/ASSAULT%20WEAPONS/Articles/letters060220.PDF and check out all the DOJ letters. My favorite is the Januray 18th, 2006 letter from an attorney representing the California Association of Firearms Dealers.

No doubt folks we've opened Pandora's Box. The effects of this little debacle will be felt for some time now and I have a feeling the February 1st memo is only the beginning of many implications to follow.

thmpr
02-21-2006, 4:23 PM
Thanks for the link!!!:D

TKo_Productions
02-21-2006, 4:28 PM
How the hell is this guy getting all these letters?

He must have a mole planted deep in the DOJ.

:D

shopkeep
02-21-2006, 4:41 PM
How the hell is this guy getting all these letters?

He must have a mole planted deep in the DOJ.

:D

I'm still trying to figure out how he got the leaked DOJ memo on the list.

EBWhite
02-21-2006, 4:47 PM
Wow, Allison sure doesnt know much about receivers. Every letter said, we do not know and are not sure...Don't we pay them to know this stuff?

Read the first one about making a 1911...sounds good to me :-)

PanzerAce
02-21-2006, 4:56 PM
Well, after reading the first couple, i would say pages 7 and 8 are the most important

EDIT: wow, dont we pay them to know stuff like this?

also: STICKY!

bwiese
02-21-2006, 5:15 PM
Hell,
Chuck Michel could've gotten them via a public records request. MIght not release all of 'em though. I think he HAS been asking for copies of letters, too.

1911_sfca
02-21-2006, 5:18 PM
How the hell is this guy getting all these letters?

He must have a mole planted deep in the DOJ.

:D

Well, since the site is run by a prominent firearms law firm, I would assume they got the letters in the course of conducting business, and/or as evidence in a trial, and after redacting personal information, the letters are considered public record. Makes sense, right?

grammaton76
02-21-2006, 5:20 PM
Heh. He's got their copier rigged to scan and email him copies of everything fed through it. You wouldn't believe what parts of certain employees have touched that copier. :eek:

Rumpled
02-21-2006, 5:42 PM
I'm betting Allison goofed on that one, but I hope not.

Lots of good insight of DOJ, need to digest it some.

Charliegone
02-21-2006, 5:53 PM
WTF! I can make my own pistol! There is hope!!!:eek:

handbook
02-22-2006, 12:04 AM
80% pistol, next purchase...

Super_tactical
02-22-2006, 7:49 AM
I love the way she puts it:


"...because of the inherent danger and killing power of series weapons."

Ford8N
02-22-2006, 8:15 AM
I love the way she puts it:


"...because of the inherent danger and killing power of series weapons."

I wish the fancy NRA attorneys would ask her to prove that in a court of law.

blkA4alb
02-22-2006, 10:37 AM
so let me get this straight, we can build our own AR pistol from an 80% complete lower reciever:eek:?? anyone know of a supplier? you guys are making me poorer and poorer the more i talk to you:rolleyes:

ldivinag
02-22-2006, 11:44 AM
i dont know about an AR pistol. the letter talked about an AR rifle and a 1911.

so she no (or the usual 58 DAs....) and then said yes to the 80% 1911 since those are not banned.

otherwise, we would be building .223 pistols with a fixed mag now...

but her statement about being able to make pistols, up to 5 a year is a BIGGIE!

PanzerAce
03-08-2006, 10:30 PM
ok, I am bumping this, and once again asking for a sticky. I found this very useful when talking to my FFL (actually printed out the relevant pages).

jp.cherokee
03-09-2006, 7:56 AM
Interesting wording for "offlist" lowers.

December 28, 2005, "You should also be aware that we "INTEND" to add it soon to the DOJ list."

January 18, 2006, "You should also be aware that we "MAY" add it soon to the DOJ list."
:confused: