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BarkingUnicorn: If the deal's not undone, I don't see how they can "allow" her to sell it.
vossiewulf: fair price.
BarkingUnicorn: "This is a gun that should actually be in a museum rather than in a shredder,"Crabtree said. And that's why they will allow the owner to sell the gun.So she can only sell it to a museum?Did she return the money the cops gave her? If the deal's not undone, I don't see how they can "allow" her to sell it.
Because People in power are Stupid: Shoots 500 rounds per minute....I'm assuming she has her approved Form 4 with a tax stamp.
St_Francis_P: You know who else was a fan of the MP-44?
vossiewulf: St_Francis_P: You know who else was a fan of the MP-44?Well he wasn't a fan before he was a fan. Which is why they called it the MaschinenPistole 44 when it was developed, because Hitler liked submachineguns and they wanted to hide that it was an assault rifle. Then he gave it a spin and ordered it into production as the Stg-44, and probably remarked to everyone around how brilliant he was for anticipating the need for this weapon.
NewportBarGuy: vossiewulf: fair price.The best I can do is $100./I've wanted one of those ever since I found out they existed.
St_Francis_P: You're making it difficult to properly Godwin this thread.
vossiewulf: Sorry. Resume Godwinning.
NFA: She can't legally possess that gun. Unless it's registered with that ATF in her name, it's illegal for her to possess it. The cops were right to say that it's a treasure and shouldn't be destroyed but it's an illegal gun. The penalty is 10 years in federal prison. Even if the gun was registered in her husband's for father's name, she can't possess it without having having it transfered to her name. Meanwhile it has to be in the possession of a class 3 dealer until the transfer occurs.If the gun was never registered, it can't ever be registered.
BarkingUnicorn: So she can only sell it to a museum?