Keep this in mind if they approve needing only ONE characteristic to be considered an NFA weapon. This could be bad, because they might determine a handgun is an NFA merely because it is CAPABLE of accepting a magazine that extends from the grip. That would make all Glocks NFA's. All it says is "capable of". If this same determination is extended to rifles it would make even a Ruger 10/22 an NFA. Might not be during the first go-around but I expect it be in the next. Semi-automatic rifles able to accept detachable magazines and two or more of the following: Folding or telescoping stock Pistol grip Bayonet mount Flash suppressor, or threaded barrel designed to accommodate one Grenade launcher (more precisely, a muzzle device that enables launching or firing rifle grenades, though this applies only to muzzle mounted grenade launchers and not those mounted externally). Semi-automatic pistols with detachable magazines and two or more of the following: Magazine that attaches outside the pistol grip Threaded barrel to attach barrel extender, flash suppressor, handgrip, or suppressor Barrel shroud that can be used as a hand-hold Unloaded weight of 50 oz (1.4 kg) or more A semi-automatic version of a fully automatic firearm. Semi-automatic shotguns with two or more of the following: Folding or telescoping stock Pistol grip Fixed capacity of more than 5 rounds Detachable magazine.