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Old 02-28-2013, 13:49   #15
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Originally Posted by KSUGLocker View Post
So you cannot own a flash hider, even if you don't own a firearm?
If you have a semi automatic firearm it cannot have a threaded muzzle, if it does it has to have the muzzle break permanently installed, like they do on the 14.5 inch barrels to get them to 16 inch. Selling it to a person could be construed as selling "assault weapon" parts. It's been banned since the 90s IIRC.

Just having a flash hider is legal from what I remember, but having any semi auto with a threaded muzzle and the flash hider isn't. You can still use it on a bolt action from what I recall. Don't take my words for gospel, look into it yourself.
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