I do not agree with that...
Fri Oct 6, 2017 1:05pm

Because a tax stamp has never been $500. Sorry. That shows that the information you are being given is false. If the first part is false, how can I trust the rest of it?

The story as I heard it was that he was COVERTING firearms to fully automatic. That would have had NOTHING to do with a bump stock and would not have required a tax stamp at all.

So, the fact that he was supposed to have a stamp is proof that no bump stock was involved.

As to the details of the communications between himself and the ATF is a matter for the lawyers.

  • I cannot argue with a gun expert.PH👁🔎👁EY, Fri Oct 6 12:54pm
    And won't try. But you do agree Vernon Howell failed to obtain a federal permit ($500) in order to be "legal" with a "bump stock" device that was available in 1993? That was a big part of the story.... more
    • I do not agree with that... — Sprout, Fri Oct 6 1:05pm
      • The accusation was that hePH😳😳EY, Fri Oct 6 1:32pm
        had an illegal device that could convert. That is why he invited the federal goons to come down and see for themselves. Maybe he had some kind of conversion kit. Are you saying there was no way to... more
        • In 1993 there was no way to LEGALLY convertSprout, Fri Oct 6 2:27pm
          a semi-automatic firearm to a fully automatic firearm unless you are a class III DEALER and it is being registered as a dealer sample. The ATF gets to inspect dealers, whether conventional or... more
          • I know enough to know CS is banned.PH🔎👀🔎EY, Fri Oct 6 7:03pm
            From your previous posts one might think it was impossible in 1993 to turn semi into fully. Now you admit it was a fact. Further, you are very flippant about how the ATF operates. There was a witness ... more