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anotherone
09-14-2007, 5:17 PM
I haven't seen any off-list lowers advertised on the for-sale forms. Would it still be lawful to sell two Bushmaster CARBON-15 open magwell stripped lowers (they're off-list purchased from CWS)?

bwiese
09-14-2007, 6:33 PM
I haven't seen any off-list lowers advertised on the for-sale forms. Would it still be lawful to sell two Bushmaster CARBON-15 open magwell stripped lowers (they're off-list purchased from CWS)?

Why would they be illegal to sell, possess, juggle or hang from the ceiling?

No laws or regulations have changed. What would make you think something changed?

Treat 'em like any other firearm/receiver - configure them legally and/or sell them legally.

Nothing has changed.

anotherone
09-15-2007, 9:03 AM
Cool, thanks Bill. I'm thinking about having an AB 1471 sale to raise funds for my new hobby of purchasing a new handgun every month if it gets signed into law.

SemiAutoSam
09-15-2007, 9:09 AM
Note there are differences between the terms Lawful and Legal.

Each has a different definition.



http://www.answers.com/lawful&r=67
law·ful (lô'fəl)
adj.
Being within the law; allowed by law: lawful methods of dissent.
Established, sanctioned, or recognized by the law: the lawful heir.
Obeying the law; law-abiding.
lawfully law'ful·ly adv.





http://www.answers.com/Legal?cat=biz-fin
le·gal (lē'gəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or concerned with law: legal papers.

Authorized by or based on law: a legal right.
Established by law; statutory: the legal owner.
In conformity with or permitted by law: legal business operations.
Recognized or enforced by law rather than by equity.
In terms of or created by the law: a legal offense.
Applicable to or characteristic of attorneys or their profession.
n.
One that is in accord with certain rules or laws.
legals Investments that may be legally made by fiduciaries and certain institutions, such as savings banks and insurance companies. Also called legal list.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin lēgālis, from lēx, lēg-, law.]