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Discussion in 'Heart of Dixie Glockers' started by BamaTrooper, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. BamaTrooper

    BamaTrooper Almost Done

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    it looks like our legislature has had a moment of common sense. They appear set to pass an amendment to the criminal code.
    Alabama residents will be able to possess short barrelled rifles and shotguns with the appropriate federal license.
    Krinkov anybody? Czech Scorpion?
     

  2. elrod

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    You mentioned our legislature and common sense in the same sentence. You must be confused!
     
  3. BamaTrooper

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    Well, I am a member of the FoP and received a mass email asking we express our concern over the issue.
    I emailed back telling the FoP state lodge that I wanted to be able to own a SBR. Then I called a former coworker that is a state rep and asked why they couldn't just rewrite it/amend it to say it is a felony w/o the federal license? Made sense to me since even if AL allows it, it would be a federal case (literally) if you had one w/o a permit.
    They amended it and it passed. Now I feel like I must get an SBR. I am thinking Krinkov in 5.45 or maybe a CZ Scorpion. :supergrin: