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Old 12-09-2012, 10:01 AM
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Doesn't federal law supercede state law? How can a state take away our U.S. constitutional rights???

e.g.- Marijuana is "legal" now in CO and WA... but feds can, and are still still going after growers and sellers... ???
There is no federal law regulating murders of non federal employees. So, does that mean that a state can't make murder a crime?

Face it, you need to contact an attorney asap! I'm sure that a good attoney can help you with the crimes you've committed and explain how federal and state laws work too.
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Old 12-09-2012, 10:22 AM
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Q. Doesn't federal law supercede state law?
A. Only when it comes to protecting illegal aliens.


Q. How can a state take away our U.S. constitutional rights???
A. The same way the Federal Government does it - with impunity.

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Old 12-09-2012, 10:49 AM
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Q. Doesn't federal law supercede state law?
A. Only when it comes to protecting illegal aliens.

OMFG--- SO TRUE!!!


Q. How can a state take away our U.S. constitutional rights???
A. The same way the Federal Government does it - with impunity.

AS WITH EMINENT DOMAIN!!! LMAO!!!
OMFG!!!!
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Doesn't federal law supercede state law? How can a state take away our U.S. constitutional rights???
See the Heller and McDonald cases. Until McDonald, there was no 2A protection against the states; Federal courts pretty consistently ruled that 2A might restrain the Federal government, but individuals generally did not have legal standing to bring suit. Now folks are in court getting that protection made clearer, but just at the beginning of the effort.
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IF you do have a banned Norinco AK I would recommend immediately taking it out to your garage and using a grinder or dremel to destroy the receiver. Keep the parts, they're high quality on a lot of MAK 90s! The parts aren't illegal and can be rebuilt onto an 80% receiver or a NODAK SPUD.

Or you could sell the parts, I'm sure a Norinco kit wouldn't last for more than 10 minutes on the WTS forum.
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Old 12-22-2012, 10:12 AM
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IF you do have a banned Norinco AK I would recommend immediately taking it out to your garage and using a grinder or dremel to destroy the receiver. Keep the parts, they're high quality on a lot of MAK 90s! The parts aren't illegal and can be rebuilt onto an 80% receiver or a NODAK SPUD.

Or you could sell the parts, I'm sure a Norinco kit wouldn't last for more than 10 minutes on the WTS forum.
(WRONG) FYI....only Turbothis from mygunsnorthwest has receiveres for the Type 56s right now..not NODAKSPUD
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Old 12-22-2012, 12:46 PM
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no matter how many accounts you make , no matter how many question you ask , your gun is named on the list and you need to turn it in to your local pd if it is in CA .

if it is not in CA , dont bring it in .
(WRONG) he can turn it into the PD or he has the choice to destroy the old receiver which he can rebuild with a new receiver
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Old 12-22-2012, 2:12 PM
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i still dont get it mac90 on the list,91 sport on list.
mac90 sporter not on list should be legal.

colt le 6920 on list ilegal
colt 6920 ca not on list legal.
i know get $10,000.00 and a lawyer and find out. everyones a smart ars
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On the list as banned. Unless was registered as RAW before the ban.

Norinco: AK-47 (all)
Norinco: Hunter Rifle
Norinco: MAK 90
Norinco: NHM 90, 90-2, 91 Sport
Norinco: RPK Rifle
Ohio Ordnance Works: AK-74
Ohio Ordnance Works: ROMAK 991
If it is mak 90 sporter on the receiver, that would make it off list, if it is mak 90 on the receiver only, it is raw ut as mentioned the legal battle would not be worth the gun when you could virtually own the same gun with a different name
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MAK-90 Sporter is not banned by name, this has been debated here many times, but we can all see that MAK-90 Sporter is not on the list.

Many will say its the same as MAK-90, buts its not, and you would probably have a good chance winning in the courts if you were to challenge it, but who is willing to take that chance? Not me, and I wouldn't have the tens of thousands of dollars to prove they are not the same.

So to me, even though its is not on the list, I wouldn't go out and buy one, its not worth the chance that my local DA wouldn't see it the same way that i do. If for some reason I did have one, it would stay in the safe. I wouldn't cut up or surrender a receiver that is not listed, but I might trade or sell it to get rifle that doesn't have the potential to be questioned.

My son arrested a guy with a non registered MAK-90 Sporter, no BB evil features and high caps , he didn't want too make the arrest but the Sgt made him, all charges were later dropped by the DA, since then they had another guy with a MAK-90 Sporter with a mag lock (stamped not the etched in Sporter) they followed the Calguns flow chart,
MAK-90 Sporter not listed so they let the guy go on his way with his rifle, but I bet many LEO's would have made an arrest, as my kid was made to do with the first one, my kid says to him it has to be listed exactly as stamped to be banned by name, he's come along way as far as firearms go by studying calguns

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The other important thing to remember about that, and the reason I didn't register mine, was that you gave the DOJ the right to enter your home and inspect the storage of your weapon on demand. I "almost" registered mine until I found out about this.
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The other important thing to remember about that, and the reason I didn't register mine, was that you gave the DOJ the right to enter your home and inspect the storage of your weapon on demand. I "almost" registered mine until I found out about this.
So if you didn't register them, what did you do with them? I figured it was better to register them than not own them.

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Old 12-25-2012, 3:43 AM
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just take all the parts from the receiver and destroy receiver by cutting in 3rds, use the parts/barrel etc and build up a new rifle...no MAK-90 marking no problem
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