You are correct. Handguns and "Others" must go through an FFL in the recipient's state. Rifles and shotguns can be transferred to the recipient by an FFL in any state as long as it is legal for the recipient to possess in their state of residence.
Yeah, that sheet is just quoting the actual law.
I would be tickled pink if an officer arrested someone solely for possession of a pre-7/20/2016 AR. It would mean the Healey ban would come under fire in a criminal case and stands a better chance of being struck down.
Still loving mine! Been through a handful of matches and practice sessions with it and still going strong. Probably somewhere between 2 and 3000 rounds on it.
And yes, the mounting holes are RMR pattern. I was concerned that the overhang on the ejection port on the X5 would cause issues but so...
Firearms Policy Coalition amicus brief in support of granting cert to Worman
As long as Cody himself isn't performing any of the testing, and never himself takes possession of any of the completed receivers, I can't see how that could be an issue.
The issue of completing the receivers while not being a licensed 07 FFL is interesting. They're not selling them though, so...
The rant is especially stupid because it does exactly what the anti-2A people do: take the worst examples of bad behavior by the "other side" and make those out to be typical behavior in order to make them all out to be terrible people.
One "gun nut" has a negligent discharge and injures...