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Published: Thursday, July 11 2013 2:54 p.m. MDT

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EPJ
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.

FrankSegesman
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Is this guy looking for donations?

TRUTH
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.]
or
a Liberal leftie?

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