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Old 02-12-2008, 9:44 PM
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Default Homebuilt AK (and other firearms) - Serial Numbers and other issues

The question of "do I have to put a serial number" on my home built AK or other firearm has been coming up a lot recently.

Here is the law as I understand it with support below:

1. It is not required that you put the build location or a serial number on a firearm that you build at home.

2. You can not build a firearm at home with the intent to immediately sell it.

3. Prudence may dictate that you do want to place a serial number on the firearm as LEOs may not understand and think that you have obliterated a serial number which is illegal under both Federal and California law. I recommend your initials and a number - something like Redwood City, CA - GH-0001.

4. If years later you decide you want to sell your homebuilt rifle to someone else, you can, but it will require that it have a serial number and place of manufacture per Federal law.

5. Please be careful about the California definition of "zip gun" in PC 12020. Building a firearm that is the same design as a firearm that has been or is being sold commercially is safe but there are large and dangerous grey areas for designs that are not already in commerce. Building an AK, FAL, or AR is not a problem under the zip gun definition however.

6. DOJ BoF has opined that private individuals can manufacture non rostered handguns. However, I'm not 100% confident of their legal reasoning so do be careful in that arena.

7. Always be mindful that constructive possession does apply to machine gun parts. Never have a receiver that can accept FA FCGs and generally don't have FA FCG parts around period. Searching the forum will give you more information that at least one Calgunner has gotten into Federal hot water over FA fire control parts.

For clarification on the serial number issue please refer to this ATF letter:
http://www.hoffmang.com/firearms/BAT...2004-11-09.pdf

Hopefully this clears much of this area up.

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Great write up, thanks for the information!
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To clarify my point 7 above a bit, everyone should read through this thread: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...ad.php?t=84417

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that answers some questions for me...

The AK parts kits don't come with a FA fire group do they??

I was working on that 922r checklist
http://thegunwiki.com/Gunwiki/BuildAkVerifyCompliance

I was going to use my current FCG to save a few bucks since I need a US made magazine and furniture. I just assumed they were SA...
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Ross,

We posted at the same time so you may want to review my post above yours.

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Thanks Gene.
Wow, you are right, a "zip gun" has a very broad definition
It pretty much covers just about everything.
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that answers some questions for me...

The AK parts kits don't come with a FA fire group do they??

I was working on that 922r checklist
http://thegunwiki.com/Gunwiki/BuildAkVerifyCompliance

I was going to use my current FCG to save a few bucks since I need a US made magazine and furniture. I just assumed they were SA...
ross I purchaced three kits all from gunbroker, didnt buy them from any big vendors. all three kits came with the full auto parts. as soon as I saw them I cut them up with a torch. I think it depends on who you buy it from some do some dont.
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If you recommend a serial number and a location, what about a manufacutrer name. IE GH-Arms. Would that be neccessary or helpful?
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Looking more closely at 27 CFR 478.92 you need to place your name, caliber, serial number and manufacturing location on any firearm you wish to be able to sell. A model designation appears optional.

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Thanks for the post, Gene!



Good info - especially for the flat-benders out there!
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478.92 is for 07 FFL's.

I do recommend for home builds:
Caliber: Whatever it is.
Make: HB and your last name.
Model: Your choice.
And some serial number. Do not use your DL or SSN.

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The ATF letter I posted above refers to 478.92 for the marking requirements necessary for later transfer of a homebuilt firearm.

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§ 478.92 How must licensed manufacturers
and licensed importers identify
firearms, armor piercing ammunition,
and large capacity ammunition
feeding devices?


Funny, this has not been updated from 2004.
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Gene,not butting heads with you....
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Gee, butter my buns and call me a biscuit! My un messed with ATF regs book confirms what you speak. And then it gets smoke and mirrors.

my bad......
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Funny, this has not been updated from 2004.
FYI - the letter I posted above was only my quick and cursory research on ATF guidance. Let me dig a little more and see if there is anything newer.

Either way, the section quoted is certainly safe guidance for home built markings should someone want to be able to sell a home built firearm months or years after building it.

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For serial number suggests I liked what another member posted recently,
"FU-CADOJ"
That's awesome
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Please also remember that there are a few build issues beyond the ones I've outlined above but I didn't mention them as I'm pretty sure that people going down this path understand them. I'm particularly thinking of the US parts/922(r) issues, 12276.1 features issues, and AW/semiautomatic overall length issues.

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Gene
Thanks for the research...

+ on the sticky post thing
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Thanks for the write up here Gene, definitely should be a sticky.
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Should the part be engraved before or after finishing? Say taking an 80% lower. Should I have it engraved before i finish it or after it is 100%?
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makes no difference, although you should engrave it before finishing (paint job)
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The only place you will want to make sure that the unbent flat is marked before building is if/when you're building a pistol.

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Also, you will want to mark your flat as a pistol before acquiring any <16" barrels.

Don't believe any vendors that say "The FA parts are not included in these kits, they were removed by the importer" or "They come with some funky trigger group, we don't know what it is, but it's not the FA parts"

If you believe that, I have some Chinese food w/o MSG to sell you, and maybe a bridge or two.
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The only place you will want to make sure that the unbent flat is marked before building is if/when you're building a pistol.

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O.K. so since my 80% will be a pistol I should engrave it first.
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Just for my info - what are the drawbacks my CA Driver License # and a following #. Any police officer could run my CA DRL# with out warrant or permission like a SS#. Say stamp CA DRL # N******* -01 for the firearm - then date of mfg 02-2007 and the original Commie # - 1982 AS 23*** and of coarse US MADE.

If the officer finds it in the car of some hood - the officer could run my # instantly and give the gun theif a rashon of DOO DOO. IF I am going to the range my # is in the gun witch the LEO could run at his car to revify.

I was also thinking of burning the # into the metal say .50mm to 1mm deep with the heat treating process in a spot that if the metal was ground away it would ruin the part and gun.
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so, just to ask a silly question. does this also work for other firearms that one would/could build at home.

say a 80% 1911a1?

i wrote the DoJ and am still waiting for something back however i am always looking for more information.
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and when building an AK pistol on a blank...922 compliance does not need to be followed
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and when building an AK pistol on a blank...922 compliance does not need to be followed
That may be true, but could you walk us through your Federal legal reasoning on that?

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If he's referring to 922(r) - here's the statute:

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(r) It shall be unlawful for any person to assemble from imported parts any semiautomatic rifle or any shotgun which is identical to any rifle or shotgun prohibited from importation under section 925 (d)(3) of this chapter as not being particularly suitable for or readily adaptable to sporting purposes except that this subsection shall not apply to—
(1) the assembly of any such rifle or shotgun for sale or distribution by a licensed manufacturer to the United States or any department or agency thereof or to any State or any department, agency, or political subdivision thereof; or
(2) the assembly of any such rifle or shotgun for the purposes of testing or experimentation authorized by the Attorney General.
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That (r) [or lack there of] can make a big difference!
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Yes it would. An AK pistol only has one less counted part, the shoulder stock.
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That'd be one front-end heavy pistol!
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Can I copy the serial # of the part kit to put it on my home build AK receiver not for sale?
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Can I copy the serial # of the part kit to put it on my home build AK receiver not for sale?
As long as you identify yourself as the manufacturer and the actual manufactured location, yes.

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