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    Quote Originally Posted by Billythreefeathers View Post
    80% of a block of alumni is anything I want to file, grind, cut, drill, it into,,

    I'm an artist not a toy maker
    As is the OP, who isn’t bound by Canadian laws...

    So most of the thread, except LW, is kinda uninformative for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suputin View Post
    You seem to have missed my last sentence. These days an AR lower can be 3D printed in less than 24 hrs on a $300 machine. This is actually easier and cheaper than finishing an 80% lower.
    Nah I got that. My point is these are all different avenues of making a gun that they can’t take. This is just the first of many they wanna close. To show somebody that they’re doing “good work”.
    Please refer to me as Waynetheperson, I wouldn't want to offend anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suputin View Post
    So then the people who wrote that law have never heard of ZIP guns? Cause a hell of a lot of the modern world can be adapted for use as a firearm. Like the plumbing inside their home, their car, a bicycle and just about anything with any amount of metal in it.

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    You see my point.
    And you make another valid one: the people who wrote those laws know nothing about firearms.

    Perhaps they should look into the shoulder thing that goes up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Specter Arms View Post
    You see my point.
    And you make another valid one: the people who wrote those laws know nothing about firearms.

    Perhaps they should look into the shoulder thing that goes up.
    That's the problem. They see the shoulder thing that goes up, but don't understand the hollow thing that goes boom.
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    "...in his country..." Last I saw, not recently, no "military or police" calibres are allowed for civilians at all in Pakistan. Pretty much the largest calibre is .32 S&W.
    "...That is blind idiocy..." Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice View Post
    "...in his country..." Last I saw, not recently, no "military or police" calibres are allowed for civilians at all in Pakistan. Pretty much the largest calibre is .32 S&W.
    "...That is blind idiocy..." Yep.
    Nah bro you are wrong, here in Pak govt issurle is license of firearm. We can have AK's. AR's. All categories of hunting rifle's etc etc. & in the frontier region if you study the tribal people carry even anti-aircraft guns and much heavy weaponry from the Afghan jihad times.

    I think you study less about Pak gun laws. Here you can carry a gun without lic aa well of you have influence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice View Post
    "...in his country..." Last I saw, not recently, no "military or police" calibres are allowed for civilians at all in Pakistan. Pretty much the largest calibre is .32 S&W.
    "...That is blind idiocy..." Yep.
    You’ve never read any of threads Ashfaq has posted here? Very informative and very nice photography.

    Kinda the opposite of most of your posts. I did see one of yours that was somewhat correct, and had hoped you’d continue the trend towards not being totally mirrored image of real facts.

    Please try to keep your fails in knowledge limited to Canada. Pakistan doesn’t want your fails any more than India did Trudeau.

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