Originally Posted by Fate
Honestly hate being the wet blanket as the AFG looks good and I'm a big proponent of featureless rifles.
Further clarifying the relationship of (c) and (d), since (c) comes before (d) and makes no mention of (d)'s definitions, it's not bound by (d). (sounds like Abbot/Costello "Who's on First?" right? LOL).
And since "grip" is an important element of (c), it greenlights the KAC handstop on a featureless build. Not only is it not used or marketed as any form of grip (nor can you even remotely hold the rifle with it in any form of a pistol style grasp), it's a sling mount too. There's your GTG item on a featureless build, that's very defensible in court.
The AFG...not so much.
and this is why I said I would wait for bigger brains with more specific law and definition knowledge to tackle the black and white wording of the law.
I can so easily see both sides of this argument.