Originally Posted by vintagearms
CGF will step up to defend just in case.
this is not quite what hoffmang said -- can != will. let's be clear about that.
Originally Posted by Fate
So...is it a grip rather than a stock?
why wouldn't it be both? there are plenty of stocks in the world on which the grip is integrated into the stock, not a separate component. couldn't you point to one section of a JAE stock, for instance, and say, "that's the grip"? could a prosecutor convince a jury (one not
made up of discriminating firearm enthusiasts) of this?
let me ask the question from a different perspective: are we to infer that CGF now believes such stocks are not subject to SB23 restrictions on pistol grips?
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Last edited by strongpoint; 12-01-2012 at 11:43 PM..