|QUOTE (TommyGunner @ Sep 22 2004, 06:21 PM)|
| Yeah...her ad said Upstate NY. Possesion here is a NO NO for sure. I know you can only possess them to turn them in. Wonder how it would work with an estate in NY. I would assume there were some legal regstered mg's in the state at some point before the ban. Perhaps her husband or whoever was a class 3? Or something to substanciate her having it legaly. Makes me think she still does not have all the answers since she said she would register it if it was not already. Wouldn't touch it with a 10ft pole. Hope it dosen't get the torch!|
Actually, I disagree with that. A stripped receiver may actually be legal in NY but it's a pretty gray area. The reason is that the New York State penal code does not include the concept of the "frame" of a firearm or "a combination of parts" in its definition of machinegun.
This is not something I care to challenge but just to throw it out there.