Is that true with a Scar? Wouldn't it have to be a transferable item and as such wouldn't it have to have been manufactured and registered with the ATF prior to May 19, 1986 to be transferable between citizens? Did a Scar exist in 1986?You can have anything you want, for a price
Id wait for Sarge to answer that one. It is possible though. A guy I work with has an FFL and SOT license and has multiple FA firearms. He was showing me a distributor list for MK17s and MK16s and all sorts of other awesome FN stuff that he could buy.Is that true with a Scar? Wouldn't it have to be a transferable item and as such wouldn't it have to have been manufactured and registered with the ATF prior to May 19, 1986 to be transferable between citizens? Did a Scar exist in 1986?
Read the first part of the description in the auction.I can't see how this is what it appears to be especially at this price. Something is missing from the fine print. Scar 17 MK17 Select Fire Lower Receiver 308 : AR15 Parts at GunBroker.com I don't know how it could be a transferable item and can only assume for $1099 it is not what it appears to be.
The pile of parts is not the actually regulated. Having a SCAR 17S and...I did read that - over and over again. I called a friend who is a Class 3 SOT dealer and he surmised that it is A - a very poor description, B - an item that can only be purchased by someone who is considered a manufacturer or C - it is a LE item only. Neither B or C is in the description of the auction.
So the seller is commiting a crime by having it for sale on there?An individual cannot buy this:
SCAR 17s SELECT FIRE Lower Receiver, Complete : Class 3 Parts & Accessories at GunBroker.com
This item is classified as a machginegun and possession of such an item is restricted and heavily regulated.
Exclusions are 07/02 SOT holders and certain governmental agencies.
It is the registered part (a machinegun) and is put on the NFA registry via a form 2 by the manufacturer. Transfer to another SOT without a "demo letter" constitutes a violation of the NFA.