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Published: Thursday, July 11 2013 2:45 p.m. MDT

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Grantsville, UT

Clarification on Utah laws concerning legal ownership of a full-auto machine gun (which fires rifle rounds), or sub-machine gun (which fires pistol rounds). . . it is legal to own a properly registered full-auto weapon. The owner must pass a two-level (local and national level) background check, file the proper paperwork, and pay the BATF transfer fee of $200.00. After the BATF approves the paperwork, the weapon is transferred through a legal class-3 FFL (Federal Firearm License) dealer to the purchaser. Process can take in excess of 6 months to be approved.


Is this guy looking for donations?

Salt Lake City, UT

ten years ago, one would have thought this nut crazy......not so much anymore!

LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Curious --

Was this guy a far-right-winger,
[anti-tax, pro-gun, anti-government, ect.]
a Liberal leftie?

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