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Old 03-13-2011, 7:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Cokebottle View Post
A gun store got into a bit of trouble a year or two ago for doing something similar because they were not an 07FFL and manufacturing was taking place on their property.
Need to make sure the 80% to 81% transition is done by the customer, not the shop.

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The bigger problem that you are going to find.... Go to a few build parties to see how people take care of tools that belong to others. That, on top of the fact that tooling becomes worn over time... you're going to go through a LOT of tooling. If you charge a deposit, then it's going to be a fight every time something is broken. If you don't charge a deposit, then you'll hear a lot of "Sorry Bro"
Maybe for AKs, but for ARs, all you REALLY need is a drill press and jigs (a milling machine is faster though) as you could just "mill" with the drill bit. You would need new drill bits (you could just have the customer pay for those), and periodic maintenance on the machine. Get a $130 drill press from Harbor Freight, buy the jigs, and you are ready to go.


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There could be some liability on your part if these people aren't really paranoid, but are rather prohibited.
A build party is one thing... but you're talking about a brick and mortar storefront open to any Schmoe off the street.
Why would the store be liable at all? Is Walmart responsible if someone buys one of their knives and stabs someone with it?
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