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Does anyone have an "educated" guess as to what a new assault weapon ban similar to the old one would mean for purchasing just the conversion kits for the XCR?
 

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It's hard to say without knowing what the new law would include.What would be wise is to stock up on magazines specific to the caliber you want,they would most likely be the only affected part.I honestly can't see how buying a new barrel and bolt would change anything,But when people write stupid laws,who knows where they might end up.



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If it was identical to the old law, you would be able to put threaded barrels on XCRs that existed before the ban, but would not be able to buy magazines over 10 rounds that were produced after the ban.

New XCRs made after the ban would require fixed stocks and pinned muzzle brakes rather than threaded flash hiders.

There is no guarantee whatsoever that any new law would match the old one.
 

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It is hard to speculate what might come. I think it will be hard for anyone to pass a bill that prohibits "guns in current use" as that is exactly what the Heller decision should help to guard against.

I will, however, never put it past the gov to try anything.
 

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From what I understand, NOBAMA's plan is to ban ALL firearms....... whether he says that is true or not. I can see through this man with such clarity its not even funny........
 

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I would agree, it isn't a matter of IF, just When. I think he is smart and sly. I can see him starting by "regulating" ammo, taxing it and making it impossible to get. After that it is just a matter of time for the guns.
 

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I would agree, it isn't a matter of IF, just When. I think he is smart and sly. I can see him starting by "regulating" ammo, taxing it and making it impossible to get. After that it is just a matter of time for the guns.
My thoughts exactly. Propose a 500% tax on ammo for starters....hey, it's for the children.
 
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